Check out a preview of the North American International Auto Show, which opens to the public on Saturday in Detroit.
Snyder said Michigan’s response wasn’t “good enough” and he’s “responsible for what goes on in state government.”
More than half of Detroit’s 100 public schools were forced to close on Monday due to a teacher sickout.
Public school officials in Detroit are warning parents of possible closings due to “ongoing sick-outs” by teachers.
A moisture-laden storm system was poised to drop several inches of snow on West Michigan, but predictions didn’t materialize.
The legislature will come back into session soon and when it does, one of the big issues on its plate will be energy reform.
Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof’s priorities for 2016 include salvaging Detroit’s school district and updating energy laws.
Five locations in Flint are distributing resources to help residents during the city’s water emergency.
An American couple was arrested after police found the badly decomposed body of their son, 7, at the family’s apartment in Spain.
Authorities are warning that ice on some of the Great Lakes and waterways in Upper and Lower peninsulas could be unsafe.
President Obama announced in his weekly address that he will visit the North American International Auto Show in Detroit later in January.
Crews from 24 Hour News 8 gets a sneak peek of what this year’s show has to offer.
Tests show a young woman who entered a Port Huron yard and was killed by dogs was drunk and had used cocaine and marijuana.
An AmeriCorps team plans to be in Flint to support efforts to protect public health after problems with lead in the city’s water supply.
A dozen states including Michigan may have cables like the one which caused an explosion at a crowded Rhode Island beach.