A man who owes $270 for trash in his yard wants to pay with lots of pennies, but a Michigan city isn’t taking the change.
Michigan residents who serve as jurors could get a pay raise and a higher mileage reimbursement rate starting next year.
Authorities say crooks are targeting women, taking purses from parking lots at day cares, parks and gyms as part of the “Felony Lane Gang.”
The measure would require a “Choose Life” plate to be issued by June 2018.
Michigan joins most of the country Tuesday in a push to prevent hundreds of crashes each year with “Secure Your Load Day.”
A 4-year-old boy is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle in Newaygo County.
Arrest warrants have been issued for three former Michigan State University football players stemming from a sexual assault case.
Ex-county employee Phil Stair apologized for his recorded remarks, which included a racial slur to describe black people.
Former Shelby police chief Robert Wilson will avoid prison, but must repay $70,000, according to the Michigan attorney general’s office.
Donna White says when people organize balloon releases, they probably don’t think about where those balloons end up.
A parole absconder is suing the U.S. marshal who shot him in Lansing in 2015 for $10 million.
Proposed legislation would eliminate licensing requirements to carry a concealed weapon in Michigan.
President Jimmy Carter has been honored as this year’s recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Medal for Distinguished Public Service.
In recent years, the state budget process has normally been wrapped up by early June. That may not be in the cards this time around.
The Supreme Court will consider whether police need warrants to review cellphone tower records that help them track suspects.