Prosecutors say a second backlog of more than 500 untested rape kits languished in storage for years after others were discovered in 2009.
Oberon day is always marked with release parties at bars around the state, including a few midnight tappings.
The Michigan Supreme Court won’t get involved in a dispute between a cable TV network and a man who was wrongly identified as a thief.
State regulators have dropped a 1979 rule that generally required a half-mile distance between liquor retailers.
U.S. safety regulators have decided not to seek a recall after investigating complaints that door ajar warning lights won’t turn off on thou…
A lawyer is raising questions about the mental health of a suspect in attacks on three Michigan officers.
Two young children were found safe Friday with a family member after some confusion among their parents.
In this high-tech age, identity theft is only one swipe away for credit and debit card holders.
A truck has struck two members of a pothole patching crew in Wayne County, killing one of them and leaving the other with serious injuries.
The new measure would address several issues fueling opioid abuse, but the governor said residents need to also step up.
The Michigan Senate has voted to repeal a law that makes it a misdemeanor if gun sellers don’t keep a registry of firearm purchases.
Roughly one out of every five vehicles riding Michigan’s roads has a recall that’s gone unrepaired, according to Carfax.
Meijer stores across West Michigan will begin offering home delivery next week.
Michigan Thrive legislation would provide tax credits to developers who take over abandon and often contaminated sites.
The city of Fraser would get $3 million to help repair a football field-sized sinkhole under legislation passed by the Michigan House.