Authorities say former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling has been arrested again on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon.
The first Maranda Park Party of the season kicked off Friday at noon — but this time, the fun ventured outside of West Michigan.
The group is suing after an elections board said it didn’t collect enough valid voter signatures to qualify for a statewide November vote.
Ford is knocking a week off the traditional two-week summer shutdown at three SUV plants to handle increased demand.
The reason for the increase in deaths is unclear, especially since the overall number of crashes actually dropped from 2014 to 2015.
Federal legislation on pipeline regulation that provides more protections for the Great Lakes has only one more stop before becoming law.
State health officials blamed a “technical system error” for the mistake.
Michigan Democrats are blasting the attorney general’s investigation into the veterans home, saying he previously brushed off complaints.
Gov. Snyder has vetoed legislation that he says would have increased the cost of auto repairs in Michigan and possibly car insurance, too.
The annual hunt is on for Michigan’s official Christmas tree.
Officials say 98 dogs and three cats have been removed from a Detroit-area house following complaints about the smell and noise.
Michigan’s blue flag has been flying over the state for a century, but the founder of ArtPrize thinks it’s time for an update.
Michigan’s jobless rate dipped in May to 4.7 percent, the lowest since March 2001.
A man accused of intentionally striking a Lansing firefighter with his pickup truck has been found mentally incompetent.
Dr. Vivian Romero answers questions about the Zika virus and how it affects residents in West Michigan.