For the first time in 44 years, Michigan students won’t take the MEAP test; instead, they are preparing for a new online standardized test.
The U.S. Coast Guard is stressing the dangers of weakening ice after 16 people were rescued from Little Presque Isle off of Lake Superior.
People taking their boats out on Michigan waterways after a few drinks will be subject to stricter alcohol limits.
The craft beer boom continues here in Beer City, USA but that is now leading to a boom in growing and harvesting hops in Michigan.
If Michigan’s ballot proposal for improved roads passes, the tax hike would average $545 per household in 2016 — or $45 a month.
General Motors says it has fixed about 70 percent of the small cars it recalled last year for a deadly ignition switch problem.
A Michigan group is seeking to put a ban on horizontal hydraulic fracturing up for a statewide vote in November 2016.
Michigan would legalize the use of marijuana for recreational use under the proposed wording of a ballot initiative submitted to the state.
At least one university in Michigan is planning to use police body cameras on campus.
General Motors will stop producing the Chevrolet Volt for four weeks in June and July due to slow sales.
About 3.9 percent of appointments — working out to nearly 2,000 patients — at the Grand Rapids clinic were delayed at least 31 days.
A powerful system moved across the Great Lakes Thursday night, spawning storms capable of strong winds and hail.
The license of a nurse who worked for a pharmacy that was illegally repacking and reselling old drugs has been suspended.
Detroit has launched a cellphone application that will make it easier for residents to file complaints about infrastructure.
The Michigan Supreme Court has upheld a law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pension or get less in retirement.
A man has been sentenced to 32 to 48 years in prison for the slaying of a MSU student.