President Trump is set to announce in Michigan plans to re-examine federal requirements that regulate the fuel efficiency of new vehicles.
When it comes to live TV, mistakes can and will happen.
Legislation has been introduced in Lansing that would allow motorists to use smartphones to present copies of vehicle registrations.
The lights are back on for all homes and businesses hit by one of the most devastating storms in Consumers’ 130-year history.
Most women would agree it’s not the most flattering connection, but women actually have a lot in common with cattle.
The State Board of Education is unanimously against issuing A-to-F grades for every public school in Michigan.
DTE Energy says as of Tuesday morning about 7,000 customers affected by last Wednesday’s winds remain without power.
Operators of twin oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac insist they remain structurally sound.
Michigan drivers, get ready to pay more.
Leaders from Michigan and Canada say they want to be heard as President Donald Trump seeks to refashion U.S. trade relationships.
The former health official must also apologize to Flint residents for failing to tell them about the deadly Legionnaires’ outbreak.
The president last visited Michigan in December, when his “Thank You Tour” took him to the DeltaPlex Arena.
Most of Michigan is getting snow as utility crews work to restore electrical service to thousands of customers still without power.
It’s unclear what caused Michigan’s superintendent to change his mind about the controversial proposal aimed at boosting education.
A state panel has approved regulations for bear hunting in Michigan over the next two years.