Gov. Snyder said the plate sends a “political message” with the potential to “bitterly divide” millions of residents.
State officials are reporting that environmental DNA samples from two rivers in southwestern Michigan show no signs of Asian carp.
A tipster described the trail of deer bait as a “cobblestone road of sugar beets.”
The U.S. Coast Guard says the number of false distress calls on the Great Lakes has tripled so far this year over last.
Gorgeous weather will overtake West Michigan for the Fourth of July. The next chance of rain will arrive late Wednesday.
A plan is in the works to help increase the number of affordable housing options in Grand Rapids.
A mother is accused of trying to torch a car with her 11-year-old son bound and locked inside at a southeast Michigan cemetery.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources for the first time has confirmed the presence of a cougar in the state’s Lower Peninsula.
Michigan officials have released a consulting firm’s draft report listing alternatives for dealing with Enbridge’s disputed Line 5.
Michigan’s rural roads and highways are among the worst in the nation, according to new research from a national group.
Firefighters found the remains of one person and were searching for a second after a house exploded in a rural area north of Auburn Hills.
Drivers will be able to leave their vehicles running unattended on private property under legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Legislation headed to the floor of the U.S. House would prevent nuclear waste from being stored in the Great Lakes Basin.
The Michigan Senate has given final approval to legislation raising registration taxes and safety training fees for motorcyclists.
The recent discovery of a live Asian carp closer than ever before to the Great Lakes has promoted a bipartisan reaction in Washington.