A report shows 27 people have already died in the Great Lakes this year, and that doesn’t include inland lake drownings.
Anglers, beware: New rules have taken effect for pursuing lake trout and splake on two Great Lakes.
Supporters of LGBT rights mobilized for marches and rallies Sunday, celebrating their gains but angered over threats to those advances.
At least four people have died in Michigan lakes.
A committee has sent legislation to the Michigan House that would force cities to comply with federal officials on immigration matters.
Ludington has broken a mark set by the Guinness World Records for the most people simultaneously making sand angels at a beach.
A tentative deal to steer more newly hired teachers into 401(k)-only retirement plans has stopped a surprising budget showdown.
A Detroit man is charged in the slaying of a 17-year-old boy who was trying to sell a pair of Nike Air Jordan sneakers.
Video shows Johnny Crow, 16, tearfully accepting a Dean Razorback guitar from the Port Huron Music Center as a gift from his dad.
A number of activities have been organized around the state to celebrate free fishing weekend.
In the charging documents, the FBI said the Dearborn man traveled to Panama to pinpoint possible security vulnerabilities for the terrorist …
Victims of female genital mutilation could get new help under legislation passed in the Michigan House.
Snyder and legislative leaders say that have reached a tentative framework on making changes to the teacher retirement system.
Legislation up for a vote would let hunters kill frogs all year round and lift a ban against spearing frogs by using an artificial light.
Under the legislation, public employees convicted of a crime related to their work will lose a portion of their pension or 401(k).