Wayne State University is cutting mathematics from the list of classes students must take to graduate from the Detroit school.
State legislators visited the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans to ask residents of the embattled facility if they have seen improvements.
A day before Gordie Howe’s death, an appeals court upheld a verdict in his favor in a lawsuit over the loss of videos and documents.
Gordie Howe’s visitation and funeral will be open to the public.
A Mecosta County man was arrested for assault after authorities say the person assaulted another camper and pulled a knife on deputies.
Ludington will try to scoop its way into the world record books Saturday.
A woman was also rescued from the fire, which is being investigated by an arson team.
The state of Michigan is having a garage sale Saturday.
The utility company failed to give an actual energy reading within a year for 12,671 of its customers, the state says.
A West Michigan couple has pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges.
A bid to recall Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette from office for his handling of Flint’s water crisis has gotten the go-ahead.
Detroit’s top prosecutor defended how her office handled the case against a young man who was wrongly imprisoned for eight years.
Authorities have charged two men and a woman with murder and kidnapping in the abduction and killing of a 13-year-old Detroit boy.
“Farce” and “coward” were just some of the words flung out by lawmakers before the contentious vote.
The Michigan Legislature has voted to rescind an annual tax break worth up to $80 million that was inadvertently given to auto insurer.