The decision that cost a man his kids was based on state-paid psychologist’s testimony and CPS investigation that deviated from protocol.
The suit seeks property, pain and suffering, and emotional distress damages, as well as medical monitoring for residents and businesses.
Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 4.8 percent remained the same in April as it was the previous month.
A police task force is looking into the cold case slaying of a 25-year-old northwestern Michigan man.
The Calhoun County prosecutor says his office won’t retry Lorinda Swain, meaning that she will finally be free after nearly 15 years.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 84,000 trailer light modules because the brake lights may not work.
A new law will give people who have lost their driving privileges more of an opportunity to get their license back under certain conditions.
A judge says House employees can be called to testify in the criminal cases of former lawmakers Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat.
The Michigan Legislature approved legislation to stop attempts to solicit someone to buy pseudoephedrine.
A 1999 ordinance aimed at preventing raucous rallies near Michigan State University has been declared unconstitutional.
The state budget that’s been in the works for months will be scaled back after revenue estimates came in lower than previously projected.
For the first time, Michigan may adopt minimum standards for court-appointed attorneys.
The group is accusing the federal government of misjudging the emergency response plan for Line 5.
Thousands of dollars in charity donations were torched in the Detroit-area fire.
Police have found the 3-month-old girl who was at the center of a Michigan Amber Alert Monday morning, reports WDIV-TV.