Federal investigators are heading to Flint to interview residents who complained early on about problems with the city’s water supply.
Three professors who teach math, chemistry and journalism are being honored as the best this year in Michigan.
The University of Michigan has released more details of its updated sexual misconduct policy that expands definitions of unwanted conduct.
Two former lawmakers charged with misconduct while in office have threatened to sue the Michigan House of Representatives.
A black bear that was relocated from a northern Michigan home this week is among many that are on the move as they emerge from winter dens.
Dewey wanted to spend more time with Bamm-Bamm. That wasn’t good for Don.
After collecting dust for years in some cases, there’s a push to make sure backlogged rape kits in Michigan get tested.
Two current and one former Detroit Public Schools principals have been arraigned on conspiracy to commit bribery charges.
The protracted legal battle surrounding Swain’s conviction for sexually abusing her son is in the hands of the Michigan Supreme Court.
Hundreds of residents of Flint, Michigan, have filed a racketeering lawsuit targeting Gov. Rick Snyder and other state and local officials.
A bill signed by Gov. Snyder designates a portion of the I-96 business route in honor of a firefighter killed while collecting donations.
Contractors will get an extra week to submit proposals to the state for studies about underwater oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a bill requiring a human trafficking hotline number be posted in rest stops, airports and bus stations.
Former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin will have a naval destroyer named after him.
Ford will build a new $1.6 billion factory in Mexico, creating about 2,800 jobs and shifting small-car production from the U.S.