The state of Michigan plans to provide Flint residents with water filters and replacement cartridges for about three more years.
The Michigan Senate has passed a bill that would organize rules for charitable organizations’ “millionaire parties.”
Meijer is taking a fun approach to its Valentine’s Day advertising, parodying the Poison’s ballad “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”
A Michigan company is getting people ready for a new wave of technology jobs.
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash addressed supporters and critics Thursday night during a town hall meeting in Grand Rapids.
The change is part of a restructuring program which already led to 250 job cuts, mostly in Battle Creek.
Thirty-one people may face charges for allegedly voting twice in the 2016 presidential election.
While voters may be more divided than ever, they’re united about their concern over the state’s road, water and sewage systems.
Dick Posthumus, a former lt. governor, state legislator and senior adviser for Snyder, has been named the governor’s new chief of staff.
Photos of the valentine, that featured a picture of Hitler along with an anti-Semitic message, surfaced late Wednesday night.
A Michigan Republican has resigned after causing outrage by suggesting that protesters at University of California, Berkeley, should be shot…
As West Michigan’s Betsy DeVos takes over the U.S. Department of Education, the lawmaker from her home district is working to shut it down.
A judge has rejected constitutional challenges to how Michigan sentences teens convicted of first-degree murder, ending years of litigation.
A woman says she’s outraged by the response of a Chuck E. Cheese near Detroit after her daughter’s hair got caught in a ticket machine.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday proposed a $56 billion state budget that would include modest spending boosts for education.