A former NFL player and current Michigan State University trustee has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery.
The start of the North American International Auto Show is cruising closer, and it comes with a serious message from Homeland Security.
A Michigan commission is working to improve state standards for defending the poor, but the $87 million bill to do so could be problematic.
Fiat Chrysler is also paying bonuses to U.S. workers in response to the passage of U.S. tax reform late last year.
Police say two people are dead and a child was seriously injured in a high-speed crash on Detroit’s east side.
Pothole season is back in West Michigan.
Community members are worried that waste from a proposed pig farm northwest of Montague could affect their water quality.
The legal action aims to ensure Wolverine Worldwide keeps complying with orders in and funding the response to the toxic tap water crisis.
Police told the Monroe News that the man didn’t give a clear explanation as to why he didn’t report the death.
Inclusion in the outbreak district means more surveillance and coordination to fight the spread of the disease.
The site currently shows school rankings on tests, graduation rates and advanced coursework.
Although 18-year-old Amedy Dewey has been on a ventilator since the shooting, she has communicated with her family in writing.
They ranged in age from 15 to 17 when a when a 6-pound rock thrown Oct. 18 onto Interstate 75 in Vienna Township.
Pam Casteel’s car is one of thousands of vehicles on Michigan roads that have recalled air bags that still haven’t been replaced.
A group that wants to repeal the law requiring higher “prevailing” wages on state-financed construction projects may be short signatures.