Gov. Rick Snyder said “we need to let due process work” in the case of the three people charged in connection to Flint’s water crisis.
Two state and one city employee are facing criminal charges in connection to the Flint water crisis.
The federal government is expected to send about $188 million more to Michigan that can be used to help eliminate blight.
A Newaygo County man contracted the virus while visiting a country where it is more common, a health official said.
A lawsuit filed by a woman against the Oceana County Sheriff’s Department after she was told to remove her hijab has been dropped.
Newaygo County’s prosecutor says that the county surveyor’s alleged missteps with prostitution had no apparent nexus with his duties.
Michigan’s attorney general will announce criminal charges Wednesday against two state regulators and a Flint employee.
A judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit over Flint’s contaminated water, saying constitutional claims by residents don’t fit.
Former state lawmaker Todd Courser has decided to run for Lapeer County prosecutor.
Michigan is getting more than $2.4 million in federal funding for conservation and recreation projects.
“The worst consequence you can get is death — you can die or you can hurt and kill somebody else.”
The Michigan governor will drink Flint water at home and at work to show to residents it is safe with the use of a faucet filter.
Norman Leo Ochs has been arrested and charged with several prostitution charges, according to a Michigan State Police.
AAA Michigan says gas prices statewide have risen by about 14 cents a gallon in the past week.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says licenses are available to hunt during one of several turkey seasons in April and May.