Officials say hundreds of Michigan voters were mistakenly sent notices last month challenging their voter registration status.
A plan to restructure Detroit’s ailing school district is set for review in a legislative committee.
It’s clear that the faster you drive, the harder you will crash, but some argue that drivers are already reaching speeds of 80 mph or more.
A man who absconded from parole in Detroit on Wednesday has been located, state authorities say.
Health officials in West Michigan are concerned after four teenage girls came down with toxic shock syndrome this year.
Meijer says it will donate a total of $500,000 to three funds to help the people of Flint as they deal with a drinking water crisis.
Democrats have finalized an agreement with the campaigns of Clinton and Sanders to hold a presidential debate in Flint.
Authorities say a man died after driving away from police, heading the wrong way down I-75 and crashing into another vehicle.
Two top football recruits are heading to the University of Michigan.
A state House committee has approved a new bill clarifying what local officials are allowed to distribute about upcoming ballot proposals.
Government officials fought on Wednesday over who was to blame for the water crisis in Flint at a combative congressional hearing.
Gov. Rick Snyder proposed $30 million in state funding to help pay the water bills of Flint residents.
Michigan’s top environmental regulator says the state should have required the city of Flint to treat its water for corrosion.
The EPA says it was misled about whether Flint’s water was being treated after the switch that eventually caused the city’s water crisis.
Laws enacted by Gov. Rick Snyder will let residents have their emergency contact information linked to their driver’s license or state ID.