The owner of Sava’s Restaurant in Ann Arbor says U.S. immigration agents ate breakfast before arresting three male workers.
This spring, the king salmon are back in Lake Michigan in big numbers.
The unofficial start of summer is here — and after a tumultuous winter and despite a cool start, it’s looking pretty normal.
A standing order will pre-authorize pharmacists to distribute the overdose reversal drug naloxone to eligible individuals.
Days after taking over at Ford, Steelcase’s former CEO is shaking up the automaker’s senior management.
The TSA said that it has been testing the procedure at 10 airports, including Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Jagged Mountain Brewery is releasing “Hey Diddle Diddle” in honor of Spartan and homebrewer Mike Sadler.
This weekend marks the unofficial start of boating season, which comes with fresh warnings from authorities.
Michigan’s fastest-growing communities are suburban townships in urban counties, the U.S. Census Bureau found.
Local organizations like Equality Michigan on Wednesday released state-specific numbers from the national survey.
Michigan’s top economic development official is stepping down after 2 1/2 years on the job.
Legislative economists estimate it would cost $410 million in the first year to close Michigan’s pension system to newly hired teachers.
Perhaps the biggest stumbling block to passing the budget is pension reform for new state hires.
Ford Motor Co.’s new CEO got a $1 million bonus when he took on his new role this week.
The Michigan Senate has approved significant changes in how the state buys and improves land for public recreation.