The U.S. Coast Guard is working on plans on how it will try to free a freighter that ran aground in Whitefish Bay off the Upper Peninsula.
Three men have been arraigned on charges connected to the shooting of a 2-year-old Detroit girl, who suffered significant head injuries.
A report says replacing water pipes due to the lead-tainted crisis in Flint could be at least twice the price of previous estimates.
Officials are asking Flint residents to flush the pipes in their homes every day for two weeks to help get the lead out.
MDOT says they are not suspending every construction project for Memorial Day weekend, including three big projects on US-131.
Anyone in Michigan could report drug overdoses without fear of legal consequences under legislation approved by the House.
A former inmate who was convicted of stalking a female prison officer and assaulting her boyfriend is headed back to a state prison.
Amir Hekmati who was jailed in Iran describes his visit to the Michigan state Senate for Memorial Day services as “bittersweet.”
Police say they’ve made a key arrest in the shooting of a 2-year-old Detroit girl.
Gov. Snyder is calling for a halt of administrative investigations into how two state agencies dealt with the Flint drinking water crisis.
Authorities say they have identified the owner of a number of money orders that were found in an Allegan County parking lot.
Michigan is paying criminal defense bills for two state employees charged amid Flint’s crisis with lead-tainted water.
The MI Supreme Court has announced changes to state rules aimed at keeping people from jail time because they can’t pay court fines or fees.
There are still plenty of open sites at campgrounds around the state for Memorial Day weekend.
A state senator has introduced legislation that could stop transgender students from using bathrooms that don’t match their biological sex.