Some people think of autonomous vehicles as driverless cars, but they’re really vehicles that can communicate car-to-car or with the road.
The Michigan Supreme Court wants the legislature makes some changes to the commission that recommended the standards.
Bud is an African grey parrot with a filthy mouth who also may have witnessed his owner’s murder, relatives of the victim say.
Economic development initiatives continue to be launched at the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island.
The emergency declaration is set to end in August but support will not, state officials vow.
Chick-fil-A launched a new mobile app Wednesday and is giving away free chicken sandwiches.
A body found in a vacant Detroit lot has been identified as a 13-year-old boy abducted two days ago.
A group trying to legalize marijuana in Michigan says it has submitted about 354,000 valid signatures to the state just before the deadline.
The state House has approved a package of bills to raise speed limits on more than 1,000 miles of highway in the state.
Day two of the Mackinac Policy Conference found Gov. Rick Snyder once again saying it’s time to talk up Michigan.
The state Senate has given final approval to a bill that would affect auto parts at Michigan repair shops.
The House OK’d a bill that would erase a requirement ensuring every morel mushroom found in the wild is inspected by an expert.
A bill that would affect auto parts at Michigan repair shops is getting different treatment in the House and Senate.
The bill’s sponsor says Michigan would gain 100,000 more CPR-trained lifesavers each year.
The Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual policy conference kicks off Tuesday and it could be interesting for a number of reasons.