The Michigan House has approved legislation that would let landlords email eviction notices to tenants or notify them via social media.
The state Senate has approved a bill that would allow for the sale of license plates as a fundraiser for Choose Life Michigan.
The moose population in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula appears to have dropped over the past two years.
Supporters says the bills would protect religious freedoms. Critics call them a license to discriminate.
MHSAA plans to launch a pilot program at some schools next fall that will provide concussion detection kits on the sidelines.
The State Board of Education says Gov. Rick Snyder’s order moving the Michigan school reform office under his oversight is unconstitutional.
It’s one of the biggest challenges when it comes to developing policy, like the one written by Grand Rapids Police, on police worn body came…
The sister of a former U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran says her brother vows to never return if he’s allowed to leave.
State Democrats from the House and Senate are promoting bills they say would help improve government transparency in Michigan.
Detroit police say a 12-year-old boy is recovering from a stab wound after jumping in front of his mother to protect her from three masked r…
A state House committee has approved a bill that would legalize ticket scalping in Michigan.
A kitchen worker for Aramark ordered cake that appeared to have been nibbled or pawed by rodents to be served to inmates last year.
Huntington Bank announced it has plans to open 43 full-service branches in Meijer stores throughout Michigan, including several in West Mich…
Michigan lawmakers are looking at how to regulate the use of body cameras as more agencies equip officers with the devices.
Though gas prices are expected to spike this week, they should be lower overall this summer than they have been since 2010, analysts say.
The new department’s aim is to make Michigan a national leader in talent development for skilled trades.