A watchdog group and radio network say the Republican campaign group lost track of the money in the last election cycle.
A sergeant who served with the Michigan State Police for decades is hanging up his uniform.
A West Michigan child is among the state’s first pediatric flu-related deaths this season, health officials confirmed Friday.
A Michigan man can’t go home again — maybe for as long as nine years.
An estimated 11,000 tons of plastic debris gets into the Great Lakes annually.
With Tax Day quickly approaching, some people in Newaygo are having problems getting in touch with the man who’s supposed to do their taxes.
A bill has been introduced in the Michigan Senate that would shut down oil pipelines that run under the Straits of Mackinac.
President Trump took aim at the conservative Freedom Caucus, which includes Rep. Justin Amash of Grand Rapids. Amash fired back on Twitter.
The Michigan House has passed bills that would give high school students more class options to complete graduation requirements.
A former basketball player on Michigan State University’s 1979 championship team got a big surprise from his past.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law criminal justice changes that advocates say are intended to keep criminals from reoffending.
The fast food giant said Thursday that it will swap frozen beef patties for fresh ones in its Quarter Pounder burgers by sometime next year.
The Mackinac Bridge’s towers are getting a new paint job in the coming years.
A proposed change to state law would close a loophole that makes it legal for officers to have sex with prostitutes they are investigating.
Research found millions of college email addresses circulating on the Dark Web, hundreds of thousands of which are connected to Michigan.