People coercing women to have an abortion would be penalized under a pair of bills the Michigan House has approved.
The bills would require the posting of human trafficking notices in rest stops, strip clubs, airports, and bus and train stations.
Michigan lawmakers have more work to do on literacy legislation that could lead to third-graders being held back if they lag behind in readi…
The storm that rolled through the area March 23 to 24 brought rain, sleet and snow to parts of West Michigan.
The House voted 104-4 for the budget bill Thursday, hours after it cleared the Senate on a 29-7 vote.
While the Flint water crisis is taking a toll on Gov. Snyder’s popularity, at least half of those polled think he should stay in office.
A prosecutor charged with prostitution-related crimes in three Michigan counties was given approval to travel to a Tennessee treatment cente…
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers lost power Thursday as a storm made its way across West Michigan.
The Legislature has approved $28 million in spending from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund on dozens of land purchases.
The state can yank someone’s driver’s license even if a judge decides to scratch an alcohol-related conviction.
Michigan officials are asking people who fish in the Pere Marquette River to help prevent spread of the New Zealand mudsnail.
The federal government is providing up to $15 million to temporarily hire 400 Flint residents to aid with recovery from the city’s water cri…
Figures show unemployment in Michigan continues to fall.
Bates Footwear, a division of Wolverine Worldwide, has been awarded a new contract to make boots for the U.S. Marine Corps.
A judge in Mecosta County dismissed the felony portion of the case that pits free speech against the ability to have a fair and impartial ju…