The state of Michigan is having a garage sale Saturday.
The Michigan attorney general has dropped a misdemeanor charge against a Flint official.
Tick season is here and so are the health warnings from state officials.
Police say the Detroit-area firearms instructor fired a round during a class, hitting a man in another classroom.
The driver accused of crashing into an Oceana County store is the same man who rammed into a Coast Guard station two years ago.
MSP is watching drivers to make sure their eyes are on the road and their hands are on the wheel.
Nestle has appealed a permit denial that disrupted a plan to pump more groundwater for a water bottling plant near Evart, WPBN reports.
State agencies are offering grants for projects designed to stop more invasive species from getting a foothold in Michigan.
Michigan jurors would get more pay for jury duty under a bill working its way through the Legislature.
The Michigan Senate is passing a budget that would spend or allocate $542 million less than what has been proposed by Gov. Snyder.
The Michigan appeals court says teachers and other school employees can quit a union at any time, not just one month a year.
Officials say Michigan traffic deaths rose 10 percent last year as drug-impaired, bicyclist and motorcyclist traffic deaths increased.
The Michigan House has approved a $39.5 billion general budget that would spend hundreds of millions less than proposed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
New legislation would criminalize female genital mutilation in Michigan.
Michigan would make it a crime to intentionally shine a laser at an aircraft under legislation that Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to sign.