A member of the Electoral College has created a website urging Donald Trump supporters to rally electors around the president-elect.
A divided Michigan House has approved tougher ID requirements for voters.
A federal judge who ordered Michigan to start a second look at presidential votes has dropped his decision, effectively ending the recount.
As we mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, fewer and fewer of those who witnessed the tragedy are still with us.
The co-pilot had a blood alcohol level nearly four times above the legal limit when he was arrested at a Michigan airport, police say.
Despite the anticipated drop in new jobs, W.E. Upjohn Institute expects general employment to rise 1.1 percent statewide.
Uber and other ride-hailing services could legally operate in Michigan under a regulatory framework that has won approval.
Legislation that would authorize higher speed limits on 1,500 miles of rural Michigan interstates, highways is nearing Gov. Snyder’s desk.
Ferris State University has given its Big Rapids library the “all clear” after an unknown object sparked an evacuation..
Prosecutors dropped murder charges Wednesday against a man in the killing of Wayne State officer and West Michigan native Collin Rose.
Before a federal judge ruled to stop Michigan’s presidential election recount, workers in Kent County spent the day tallying votes again.
A Michigan senator will push for a new law to force Children’s Protective Services to change the way it handles drug-positive newborns.
Charges are expected to be dropped in the death of Wayne State officer and West Michigan native Collin Rose, the Detroit News reports.
A number of West Michigan counties are under a winter storm warning or winter weather advisory through Friday afternoon.
A state appeals court said the Green Party candidate’s poor showing disqualified her from seeking a second look at the votes.