A Traverse City police officer was seen driving a truck bearing a Confederate flag around a group protesting Donald Trump’s election.
Police in Ann Arbor are investigating a report of a white man who threatened to set a Muslim student on fire if she didn’t remove her hijab.
Republicans’ lock on control of state government is intact for two more years.
The Farmer Veteran Coalition will hold its national conference in Lansing later this month.
A Michigan lawmaker is following ArtPrize founder Rick DeVos’ lead in pushing for a makeover of Michigan’s state flag.
Nearly everywhere you look inside one Michigan McDonald’s, there’s an 18-year-old Curtis.
More and more parents in Michigan are choosing online schools versus the traditional brick and mortar education.
The Michigan Supreme Court has awarded $750,000 in grants to 23 courts around the state for programs that help military veterans.
A federal judge has ordered the state of Michigan and the city of Flint to deliver bottled water to lead-tainted homes if residents want it.
Gov. Rick Snyder is leaving for his sixth trade trip to China — and his first with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan.
Renee Ridley’s power was shut off twice because she couldn’t pay a nearly $3,000 gas bill that reached back 19 months.
The Michigan Legislature’s “lame-duck” session is kicking into gear.
A Michigan man who authorities say was trying to return more than 10,000 cans and bottles for 10 cents apiece is avoiding jail time.
Wildlife officials are offering some tips for hunters taking part in Michigan’s $2.3 billion hunting industry.
Thursday marks the 41st anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior.