A former contestant of the CBS TV show “Survivor” has been sentenced to at least a year in prison for possessing child pornography.
As Andrew Gunneson drove south on U.S. 131 from M-57, his dash cam caught a quick flash in the night sky. It was a meteor falling.
Consumers Energy says high winds knocked out power to than 20,000 customers across the state, including more than 3,000 in West Michigan.
Officials say it will take several months to repair a sinkhole that has formed in a Detroit-area neighborhood.
All Secretary of State branch offices will be closed Monday in observance of Christmas and Friday for New Year’s.
Ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft will now follow new state guidelines in order to operate in Michigan.
The outgoing chief justice of Michigan’s Supreme Court is pushing to move the state’s jury duty system to one that eases wait times.
Michigan Wine Month has been moved to May from April.
A suburban Detroit community has declared a state of emergency after a sinkhole began forming in one of its neighborhoods.
A fire in a Pontiac apartment building has left two men — ages 79 and 53 — dead and hospitalized three other people.
A national humanitarian organization says Michigan’s prison system is keeping Jewish inmates from celebrating Hanukkah.
It was an expensive 2016 for Gov. Snyder and lawmakers who spent hundreds of millions of dollars to address Flint’s water crisis and rescue …
A class of new troopers is reporting for duty at the Michigan State Police.
It’s crunch time for people who waited until the last minute to do their holiday shopping and deliveries.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law that would authorize wolf hunting if Congress or federal courts revisit the issue.