The Michigan House is wasting no time to consider Senate-approved changes to the state’s auto insurance law.
Michigan’s roads are getting worse, a new report says, and it argues that could hurt the state’s economic recovery.
Michigan’s historic Capitol building is reopening to the public on Saturdays for the first time in years.
Families of at least 87 people killed in crashes caused by defective GM ignition switches will get compensation from the company.
The federal government is investing $1.6 million in Michigan to provide assistance to help end homelessness among veterans.
A pair of brothers are being tried for the 1989 murder of a Newaygo teen.
A day after a governor’s aide leaked information that he was considering a run for president, Gov. Snyder sidestepped the question.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed $75 million for distressed school districts is facing skepticism from the House and Senate.
A crew in a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter got a great view of some shipwrecks while patrolling over northern Lake Michigan.
The man who leads the group opposing Proposal 1 says the measure “is the poster child for bad policy and bad politics.”
A. Alfred Taubman, the billionaire whose philanthropy and business success was clouded by a criminal conviction, has died.
As part of his budget proposal, Gov. Snyder asked the Legislature for new, increased and extended fees that would raise new revenue.
The 2015 Skills USA state competition kicked off Saturday morning in Grand Rapids and Gov. Rick Snyder was there for the event.
“The changes are relatively minor. That kind of surprised me. They had an opportunity to do something in Lansing.”
An aide close to the Republican governor tells The Associated Press Snyder is considering a presidential run.
Michigan State University students will pay a bit more this fall to live and eat in on-campus residence halls.