Crews have dumped 25,000 tons of limestone blocks into the Detroit River as part of a mission to restore lake sturgeon.
Workers at Bethany Christian Services in West Michigan say the president’s orders on immigration and refugees mean people will die.
Thirty-three people have pleaded guilty to federal charges surrounding a tax fraud scheme that targeted Michigan veterans and inmates.
Among this year’s unknowns: how the president’s new immigration policy will impact the availability of migrant workers for Michigan farms.
A mid-Michigan teenager is on track to becoming the tallest man alive.
A Jenison man accused of running a Ponzi scheme mostly targeting senior citizens has been ordered to pay back millions of dollars.
Federal officials are inviting the public to learn more about options for dealing with the declining gray wolf population on Isle Royale.
“Can you hear me?” Those who answer “yes” over the phone may fall victim to a scam resurging in some areas.
General Motors Co. and Honda Motor Co. are forming a joint venture to produce an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system to power vehicles.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has issued a challenge to the University of Michigan while accepting an honorary degree.
Deputies said a woman found dead in Colfax Township was the victim of a murder-suicide.
Michigan colleges are responding to President Trump’s executive order that banned immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Michigan State Police say two brothers from Grand Rapids have been arrested in connection to a mid-Michigan double homicide.
Volkswagen’s luxury Audi brand is recalling more than 576,000 vehicles in the U.S. for two separate defects.
University of Michigan officials have told international students the school won’t share their immigration status unless required by law.