The ex-employees claim the company violated federal law when it abruptly closed all 130 of its campuses.
The Republican-led Senate will not block Gov. Rick Snyder’s pick to lead the Department of Environmental Quality.
Patrons could bring their dogs along while eating in outdoor areas of restaurants under legislation advancing in Michigan’s Legislature.
Authorities say a man has died after being struck by lightning on a trail in Michigan’s northwestern Lower Peninsula.
A co-pilot arrested in Traverse City for allegedly being drunk on the job is facing federal charges.
The legislation is designed to keep the U.S. auto industry’s home state ahead of the curve on autonomous vehicles.
Michigan also ranked ninth for student debt in the report by the Michigan League for Public Policy.
The Kalkaska County Sheriff’s Office says Steven Iwaniw went into the water to retrieve a toy.
A Muskegon woman was seriously injured after she was hit by a race car at a northern Michigan raceway.
Authorities have identified the body of a 49-year-old woman that was found on a private beach in Northern Michigan.
The new school year is starting with an additional requirement from Michigan lawmakers and Gov. Rick Snyder: genocide education.
General Motors Co. has settled two federal court cases related to its defective ignition switches.
The billboard slated for the shoulder of I-75 features six crash victims and reads: “Let’s make sure they never forget.”
While Gov. Snyder and thousands others walked the Mackinac Bridge, dozens of others were down in the water.
Bill Clinton is warning organized labor that Donald Trump’s economic policies would cause millions of Americans to lose their jobs.