Legislation advancing in the Michigan House would subject the governor and lawmakers to public-records requests.
Strong winds Wednesday knocked out power to nearly 300,000 Consumers Energy customer, including traffic lights across West Michigan.
Authorities say two people were killed when strong winds blew a large tree onto the roof of their moving vehicle.
Detroit police say a suspect has been arrested in an arson investigation following an apartment fire that killed five people.
Michigan lawmakers have approved legislation aiming to keep 100,000 criminals who are under state supervision from breaking the law again.
As people affected the high winds start to clean up, they will have to keep an out for scammers.
Mayor Mike Duggan’s office says five people have been killed and four others hurt in an apartment building fire on Detroit’s east side.
Wednesday’s high winds led to some tense moments on the runway for the University of Michigan’s men’s basketball team.
A bill that would keep bids from public view until the state government announces a contract winner is headed to Gov. Snyder.
It could be Sunday before power is restored to all Consumers Energy customers affected by Wednesday’s winds.
The Michigan Supreme Court is considering suspending a judge who ordered three siblings to juvenile detention for failing to visit their dad…
As snow and ice cover recede from Michigan lakes, officials say people should be prepared to see dead fish or other creatures in the water.
Police have released new video of an unidentified suspect wanted in connection to the deadly shooting of a Wayne State University officer.
The head of a school of choice lobbying group founded by Secretary DeVos has resigned after making a remark about domestic violence.
A state attorney admitted mistakes led to the arrest of the wrong man in a child pornography case, but he said those mistakes were innocent.