Unemployment Insurance Agency has settled a lawsuit in which it was sued for using a computer system that falsely accused people of fraud.
Experts say most of what’s needed for autonomous driving is in place. It’s just a matter of upgrading the current infrastructure.
A West Michigan man spent months gutting his old gas-powered car and installing a battery, turning it into an all-electric vehicle.
The adverse weather in Michigan may be hard to drive in, but that’s exactly why self-driving cars are here.
The last couple of years have been good to the auto industry, but there are some early indicators sales may slow in 2017.
A third suspect has been charged in the shooting deaths of two men found dead in an SUV outside a mid-Michigan Wal-Mart store.
The meetings come about a month after two deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease at a farm in Mecosta County.
A woman says Michigan State’s women’s gymnastics coach downplayed her concerns about treatments by a sports doctor in the late 1990s.
Tuesday afternoon, a cross-state investigation into a double homicide focused in on Grand Rapids.
More than 1,700 Flint-area residents and property owners are seeking more than $700 million in damages from the EPA.
Questions remain about the legality and enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order regarding immigration and refugees.
Crews have dumped 25,000 tons of limestone blocks into the Detroit River as part of a mission to restore lake sturgeon.
Workers at Bethany Christian Services in West Michigan say the president’s orders on immigration and refugees mean people will die.
Thirty-three people have pleaded guilty to federal charges surrounding a tax fraud scheme that targeted Michigan veterans and inmates.
Among this year’s unknowns: how the president’s new immigration policy will impact the availability of migrant workers for Michigan farms.