A couple who faced jail after holding on to library books long past their return dates will remain free.
The Michigan House approved a $500 million restructuring plan for Detroit Public Schools early Thursday.
The Michigan House has approved legislation that would allow about 120 frail prisoners a year to be released to live in a nursing home.
While residents hope President Barack Obama’s visit will expedite help, many say the most important thing he brought was the spotlight.
At the center of complaints is his use of the emergency manager law to exert near-total control of distressed cities and school districts.
Two state prisons would be closed and prisoners moved to a privately owned facility under a cost-cutting plan approved by the Senate.
Authorities say former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling faces charges including carrying a concealed weapon.
The biggest automotive recall in U.S. history is about to get much larger.
A Pasco, Washington, company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people.
A man is in custody after authorities say he admitted to spraying a contaminant on unpackaged food at several Michigan grocery stores.
Two audits found Michigan’s economic development agency and a related board underreported investments by millions in draft reports.
Shane Scott tried to talk a woman into letting him sexually assault her mentally disabled daughter through letters sent from state prison.
Olympic medalist Michael Phelps will be a no-show in Atlanta next week.
Gov. Rick Snyder will greet President Barack Obama at a Flint airport and talk to him about efforts to solve the city’s drinking water mess.
A new report shows roads throughout Michigan continue to deteriorate.