Hundreds gathered at Ferris State University on Tuesday to honor police officers who died in the line of duty.
A state representative from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has been found dead hours after he was released from jail.
Michigan appeals court Judge Kurtis Wilder has been promoted to the state Supreme Court.
Bills that would give tax incentives to developers for cleaning up brownfield sites are going to the Michigan governor’s desk.
The Flint Democrat will officially announce his decision by email Tuesday, according to WLNS correspondent Tim Skubick.
Two Gander Mountain stores in West Michigan appear to be safe, as the company prepares to close some of its locations.
Chilly temperatures in Michigan this week threatened or destroyed some crops and sensitive outdoor plants at homes.
A Detroit-area firearms instructor has been charged in the accidental shooting and wounding of a man attending a gun training class.
“Partnership” agreements are delaying the potential state-ordered closure of low-performing schools.
Transition and other costs that would come with closing the pension system to newly hired teachers may be lower than estimated previously.
Another section of sand dune at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Penninsula has eroded, the National Parks Service said.
Pepsico says there’s no safety issue, but it received complaints of a metallic taste, from late February to early April.
A man’s trial starts this week in the death of a woman found months after she disappeared from a huge Halloween party.
A nearly 25-year veteran of the Kent County Sheriff’s Department was killed in a car crash early Sunday, authorities say.
With apple blossoms reaching full bloom, a frost expected overnight could threaten apple orchards across West Michigan.