Under the legislation, public employees convicted of a crime related to their work will lose a portion of their pension or 401(k).
A scientist and entrepreneur who has experienced big highs and lows in business is running for Michigan governor in 2018.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission is preparing to adopt rules on fishing for several popular species and for deer hunting.
The Michigan House has voted to increase motorcycle endorsement and registration fees.
The state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the University of Michigan can ban guns on its campus.
The Michigan House on Wednesday passed a bill that would change the way you can carry a gun in the state.
Michigan would cut spending at all but one of its 30 prisons under a compromise hashed out by lawmakers.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers district in Detroit says it has received an additional $16.5 million from Congress.
A man who owes $270 for trash in his yard wants to pay with lots of pennies, but a Michigan city isn’t taking the change.
Michigan residents who serve as jurors could get a pay raise and a higher mileage reimbursement rate starting next year.
Authorities say crooks are targeting women, taking purses from parking lots at day cares, parks and gyms as part of the “Felony Lane Gang.”
The measure would require a “Choose Life” plate to be issued by June 2018.
Michigan joins most of the country Tuesday in a push to prevent hundreds of crashes each year with “Secure Your Load Day.”
A 4-year-old boy is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle in Newaygo County.
Arrest warrants have been issued for three former Michigan State University football players stemming from a sexual assault case.