Experts say the next three months are a prime time for Michigan wildfires.
Gov. Snyder and water experts are proposing that the state institute the country’s toughest lead-testing rules.
Across West Michigan, there’s a heightened interest in testing for lead as the city of Flint deals with contaminated drinking water.
Some tree pollen has already begun to spread, but warm, dry weather over the next week will foster high pollen counts.
The state House and Senate have passed bills with unanimous support from both sides of the aisle to criminalize “revenge porn.”
The Michigan Secretary of State has shut down nine unlicensed auto repair shops across the state, including four in West Michigan.
The Michigan Senate overwhelmingly has approved a package of bills to overhaul the state’s domestic violence laws.
Police say three ponies and a horse that give rides to children had their tails cut off at a suburban Detroit park.
There are already plans to build a Chick-fil-A near Grand Rapids, and the company also says it’s thinking about a Kalamazoo location.
The state says Michigan’s monthly unemployment rate remained unchanged last month but the labor force continues to gain ground.
An appeals court says there’s no right to privacy in records that show the location of towers used to complete cellphone calls.
Legislation meant to criminalize posting “revenge porn” on the Internet will be on its way to Gov. Snyder.
The Michigan Legislature has approved Gov. Snyder’s request to extend the state emergency declaration in Flint.
A new penguin habitat that the Detroit Zoo calls the world’s largest such facility allows visitors to come nose-to-beak with the birds.
The spending plan includes a modest boost in K-12 aid but different amounts for colleges than proposed by the governor.