The end of the Michigan legislature’s summer break means lawmakers are headed back to Lansing.
After a summer of being back in their home districts, members of the Michigan House of Representatives and Senate headed back to Lansing.
The Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project says 33 people were confirmed to have drowned in Lake Michigan so far this year.
Grass carp are among four species of Asian carp that pose a threat to the Great Lakes.
A majority of Michigan voters believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to a new poll.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony has been held at an $860 million sports complex that is the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons.
Gov. Rick Snyder is traveling to Japan and Germany for the next 10 days to promote business in Michigan.
The effects of Hurricane Harvey are leading to more pain at the pump in West Michigan.
A federal judge must decide in the coming weeks whether to order Michigan State University to allow campus space to Richard Spencer.
Tens of thousands of people made their way to the Mackinac Bridge for the 60th annual bridge walk Monday.
A lawsuit has been filed against MSU after it denied a request to rent space on campus for Richard Spencer to speak in September.
Figures from the National Park Service show that tourism is up more than 5 percent at Michigan’s national parks through July.
Authorities conducting a drug raid in southeastern Michigan found cocaine and the drug ecstasy hidden inside a potato chip canister.
A crash involving two motorcycles sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries, authorities said.
Michigan is more than doubling the capacity of a special job-training program for qualified prisoners who are nearing their release.