A group of government leaders gathered in Lansing Tuesday to urge Gov. Rick Snyder to veto a bill that’s made it to his desk.
Democrats say the measure is an attempt to make it harder to vote in traditionally blue voting areas.
A bankruptcy trustee is auctioning a lottery ticket that will pay $1,000 a month — until a 73-year-old Portage man dies.
The companies plan to develop a fleet of autonomous vehicles that can be summoned with Lyft’s software.
Kevin Cotter has four chief priorities as he prepares to lead a smaller but more unified GOP caucus into his second year as House speaker.
Heading into her second year as Michigan Republican Party chair, Ronna Romney McDaniel is looking to the election.
Local officials say the bill would keep voters in the dark about taxes and other issues.
WLNS reports that by the time their crews arrived, only a few charred pieces of the couch were left.
Two of Michigan’s national parks saw a record number of visitors in 2015.
The Traverse City Record-Eagle and WWTV report the Cherry Raceway near Fife Lake is under new ownership and closing.
The cases for and the problems with the Crimson Tide (12-1) and Spartans (12-1) heading into the Cotton Bowl on Thursday night in Texas.
Four new laws will go into effect in Michigan in January 2016.
The 41st annual List of Words to be Banished from the Queen’s English for Misuse, Overuse and General Uselessness was released on Thursday.
A Byron Center mother involved in a close call on a Michigan highway has a winter warning for other drivers.
The state hourly minimum is rising from $8.15 to $8.50. That is $14 more a week, or $728 a year, for those working full time.