Officials say bedbugs have been found at a Michigan government office in downtown Lansing, forcing a few state employees to relocate.
An EPA official says improvement is being seen in Flint’s water system amid efforts to address the city’s crisis with lead-tainted water.
Depending on where you live, leaving your car to warm up for a few minutes on a subfreezing morning could mean a ticket.
Tax revenues used to fund Michigan’s state budget are coming in higher than projected eight months ago.
A new law lets landlords prohibit medical marijuana patients from growing or smoking the drug on leased residential property.
The technology for autonomous driving is here, and West Michigan workers are making sure the ride is comfortable.
WalletHub based its rankings on 21 criterion, including weather conditions, commute times, number of playgrounds and attractions.
While the push for autonomous vehicles continues, just how soon will be turn the wheel over to a computer?
A New Jersey man has been indicted on child pornography and sexual conduct charges involving children in eight other states.
A federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss a charge against a charter airline co-pilot accused of being drunk.
For the first time, federal regulators are designating a bee species in the continental United States as endangered.
A Michigan doctor accused of sexually abusing gymnasts is being sued by 18 women and girls who say they were molested by him.
The MSP fleet is getting 50 special edition black and gold patrol cars as part of efforts to mark the department’s 100th anniversary.
Senate Education Committee Chairman Phil Pavlov said the law was “created with the best of intentions” but is “deeply flawed.”
This will be an interesting year for automakers, and not just in terms of sales.