The driver accused of crashing into an Oceana County store will be undergoing a mental competency exam.
State officials are seeking nominations of trees that must meet several criteria.
Ford Motor Co. is expected to cut its global workforce by about 10 percent, The Wall Street Journal is reporting.
A business group is again initiating legislation to repeal Michigan’s decades-old prevailing wage law.
The House Fiscal Agency said that the education fund will have $364 million more over this fiscal year and next than projected in January.
Michigan is among the ten states with the worst drug problem, according to a new analysis by WalletHub.
The seasons for walleye, northern pike and muskellunge open Monday for all Upper Peninsula waters.
The Michigan State Police says it’s participating in a federal effort to ensure and promote bus safety.
A computer security engineer who works out of his home in Fremont brought the “ransomware” cyberattack known as “WannaCry” to a halt.
Streetcars are picking up passengers in Detroit with the official launch of the $140 million QLINE light rail system.
Michigan personal-injury lawyer Geoffrey Fieger didn’t rule out a 2020 presidential run, either.
The company said it’s aware of one death, two injuries and two accidents that may be related to the problem.
A former gymnast is expected to testify at a key hearing in the case against a former Michigan State University sports doctor.
After Nestle applied to pump more water in Osceola County, Target 8 investigated how the company has made billions off Michigan water.
Gov. Rick Snyder is ordering flags lowered to half-staff within the Capitol complex to honor the memory of a state House representative.