Michigan may have to pay out $9.4 billion in business tax credits over the next two decades, nearly $3 billion more than projected.
Snow across West Michigan on Wednesday created hazardous driving conditions on roadways, including I-94.
Supporters of increasing Michigan’s sales tax as part of a plan to improve roads are reporting an early financial advantage.
Getting approval for life-saving and improving drugs and medical devices has become the focus of one of Michigan congressmen.
Children are among four people who died early Tuesday in a house fire near Detroit.
Michigan’s Senate has approved two bills that would prohibit the use of drones by hunters and those seeking to interfere with hunting.
We’re not on pace for record Great Lakes ice like last winter, but we definitely have more than average.
A harsh Arctic air mass is still settled over the Great Lakes, and while the strong winds have ended, bitterly cold temperatures remain.
Rep. Greimel talks about Democrats’ priorities regarding the governor’s new budget plan and about the roads proposal.
The Humane Society of West Michigan has some tips and tricks for keeping your pets safe in the winter weather.
Family Christian Stores announced Friday the company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
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.