For the first time in almost a decade, the number of licensed nurses in Michigan dropped in 2014, falling by 3.5 percent.
State police say two troopers are recovering from injuries they sustained when a man opened fire on them.
A bill would allow dispensaries to legally sell medical marijuana in forms like pills or liquid drops so patients can avoid inhaling it.
Members of Congress have proposed legislation that would remove court-imposed legal protections for gray wolves in four states.
State police say two troopers were injured when they came under fire while trying to serve a warrant at a home in the Upper Peninsula.
The man accused of an attack at the U.S. Coast Guard in Grand Haven has been formally charged with a separate fire in Oceana County.
World War II veterans in West Michigan have the chance to take part in the Talons Out Honor Flight this spring.
Gov. Snyder is proposing a $54 billion state budget that includes a focus on skilled trades training and third-grade reading.
The Senate has delayed voting on legislation that would reclassify and stiffen criminal penalties for people who treat animals cruelly.
The Oceana County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking warrants for four counts of arson against the same suspect in the Grand Haven Coast Guard a…
Gov. Snyder will ask lawmakers to boost spending on skilled trades training and career technical education in his budget proposal.
Several thousand homes and businesses in four counties were without power for a time Monday night.
Mercy Health Muskegon is continuing to host free heart screenings for teens.
State officials are planning to track the presence of gray wolves in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula.
The Mid-Michigan Honor Flight is planning another trip for World War II veterans to travel to Washington D.C.
New figures show at least 52 people have died and 79 have been injured in crashes involving GM cars with defective ignition switches.