A Rhode Island doctor’s order: “Please do not take away this child’s recess.”
A prison food worker accused of possessing drugs has been fired in western Michigan.
Officers in Michigan arrested more than 560 motorists for drunken driving during a stepped-up enforcement effort.
Humans aren’t the only victims of the water crisis in Flint, as pets also may have been exposed to the toxic lead.
Police say a young girl has fatally shot herself in Detroit after finding a handgun under her grandmother’s pillow.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation requiring record keeping involving the sale of used tires.
More than 100 people turned out to a state school board meeting to discuss proposed recommendations for handling LGBT students’ issues.
Police would be authorized to send alerts to cellphones when they’re aware of a mass shooter.
The Michigan Senate has voted to prohibit local governments from regulating the sale of plastic bags and food containers.
Lawmakers reviewing Flint’s lead-contaminated water crisis have concluded their investigative hearings.
“In three years, people will be using telemedicine like nobody’s business,” one health care expert said.
The bill would require health insurers to provide cancer patients the same coverage for oral drugs as for intravenous medications.
Natasha Henderson says the mayor was trying to guide donors to a campaign fund instead of a charity for families with tainted water.
Crews are making annual springtime repairs to the Mackinac Bridge as traffic starts to pick up ahead of Michigan’s summer tourism season.
The 74-mile pipeline will draw water from Lake Huron to Genesee County. Without it, the Flint crisis probably would never have happened.