Al Ackerman, a former TV sportscaster in West Michigan and then Detroit, has died. He was 90.
A lawsuit has been filed by a teen who’s challenging state law letting police do breath tests on people younger than 21 without a warrant.
Davontae Sanford walked free Wednesday after spending more than eight years in prison for a quadruple murder he did not commit.
Police say a 14-year-old boy has died after a gun being held by a 13-year-old companion discharged in the yard of a Detroit home.
A federal appeals court overturned a settlement in a Blue Cross Blue Shield contract scheme that inflated Michigan patients’ costs.
Mosquito season is well underway and pest control companies say they have been busier than ever.
A judge has ordered the release of a young Detroit man who is in prison after pleading guilty to killing four people at age 14.
Snyder has signed legislation enforcing a strict 180-day time limit to collect more than 250,000 signatures to place ballot initiatives befo…
A new legislative analysis says a proposed $617 million bailout of Detroit’s school district may be $88 million short of what’s needed.
Michigan’s elections bureau says a ballot drive to legalize marijuana is 106,000 signatures short to qualify for a vote in November.
Michigan lawmakers may be close to approving a $617 million bailout of the debt-ridden Detroit Public Schools.
A man sought in the kidnapping and death of a 13-year-old Detroit boy will be returned to Michigan from Toledo, Ohio.
Nearly 4,800, or 3.4 percent, of Michigan children who were tested had elevated levels of lead in their blood in 2015, health officials say.
The bill would have cut certain permit fees for noncommercial residential harbors but would lead to an annual loss for the DEQ.
The sheriff said there are allegations that a staff member broke department rules and possibly ignored election laws.