A jury has convicted a Detroit couple charged with child abuse after their 11-month-old daughter died from eating a morphine pill.
The FBI says an agent has been shot during a drug raid in Detroit.
State officials say deer hunters had better luck this year in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, while the Upper Peninsula harvest was down.
The federal SAFE PIPES Act includes language from Sen. Gary Peters that adds tougher regulations under and near the Great Lakes.
A Mecosta County judge will wait to decide if a West Michigan man will stand trial for handing out fliers in front of the courthouse.
Michigan misses the mark in generosity, a new report finds.
Bills to eliminate a straight-ticking voting option and let people vote absentee for any reason have narrowly advanced in the Legislature.
MHSAA says there were about three concussions per school during fall sports, and football players sustained the most concussions.
People under age 21 could avoid criminal charges when reporting a prescription drug overdose under legislation nearing final passage.
General Motors says it will replace some key engine parts to stop oil leaks that have caused over 1,300 fires and four recalls of older cars…
Authorities say the death of a woman who climbed a fence to get into a Port Huron backyard and was attacked by dogs has been ruled a suicide…
The way the nation’s public schools are evaluated is headed for a major makeover, with a sweeping shift from federal to state control.
Michigan’s House is poised to take up the debate over tax breaks to lure a multi-billion dollar investment to West Michigan.
Sen. Jim Ananich daid he is disappointed in the governor’s hold on accepting Syrian refugees and thinks it leads to more vitriolic rhetoric.
Gov. Rick Snyder will deliver his sixth annual State of the State address in Michigan’s Capitol on Jan. 19.