The Michigan Legislature approved legislation to stop attempts to solicit someone to buy pseudoephedrine.
A 1999 ordinance aimed at preventing raucous rallies near Michigan State University has been declared unconstitutional.
The state budget that’s been in the works for months will be scaled back after revenue estimates came in lower than previously projected.
For the first time, Michigan may adopt minimum standards for court-appointed attorneys.
The group is accusing the federal government of misjudging the emergency response plan for Line 5.
Thousands of dollars in charity donations were torched in the Detroit-area fire.
Police have found the 3-month-old girl who was at the center of a Michigan Amber Alert Monday morning, reports WDIV-TV.
Michigan has spent millions to pay government workers scrambling to provide resources in the wake of the Flint water crisis.
The licenses of two auto dealers in Detroit and Grand Rapids have been suspended by the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office.
The White House is reaffirming their stand on one of the most divisive social issues to hit the country in a long time.
Enbridge says a worst case scenario spill would cost between $450 million and $1 billion to clean up.
It could get easier for some people from other countries to drive in Michigan during short visits.
A man who admitted to forcing women into prostitution in a sex trade that spanned the state will spend 25 years in a federal prison.
The 410-foot-long Badger once hauled rail cars across Lake Michigan but now serves as a car and passenger ferry.
The state of Michigan will pay all Flint water bills in May to encourage the flushing of lead from old pipes and the recoating of plumbing w…