Anyialah Greer died in the car hours after leaving the Children’s Hospital in Troy.
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow says she will vote against Betsy DeVos as the next head of the U.S. Education Department.
The state is promising that sweeping changes are coming to the Unemployment Insurance Agency.
Macomb County has declared a state of emergency following a sewer line collapse that caused a football field-sized sinkhole.
An open-house forum aimed to curb concerns over a bottled-water company’s plan to dramatically increase its groundwater pumping.
The company announced in April that it would build a $1 billion Corolla factory in the central part of the country.
Of some 22,000 cases reviewed, fraud determinations were upheld in just 1,462 cases.
The bill enacted Thursday authorizes a 75 mph speed limit on 600 miles of freeways and a 65 mph limit on 900 miles of other roads.
Thousands of people also came to and left Michigan in 2016, according United Van Lines.
Authorities are expected to pursue charges against the driver who allegedly caused the pileup near Fowlerville.
After more than four years heading up the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Michigan, Patrick Miles is resigning.
An Amber Alert for a missing Detroit toddler has been canceled after she was returned unharmed by her father.
The director of Michigan’s Office of the Great Lakes says the region should be known for water resources instead of faded industrial glory.
A judge has ordered Todd Courser, who was ousted from the state legislature, to undergo a competency exam before standing trial for perjury.
State officials say the cost of dealing with an Upper Peninsula prison protest and ensuing damage in September was near $900,000.