Michigan State Police released their report on school bus inspections, showing most districts had buses that needed some type of repairs.
A Lansing firefighter died Wednesday evening after being struck, apparently intentionally, by a pickup truck.
Fresh off his fifth trade trip to China, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is leaving on a similar mission to Japan and Germany.
Rep. Todd Courser sought leniency Wednesday for a botched attempt to cover up his extramarital affair with another lawmaker.
Starting this spring, all high school juniors in the state will now take the SAT exam instead of the ACT.
State Rep. Cindy Gamrat told 24 Hour News 8 that she’s taking it “day by day” in the wake of a sex scandal involving another lawmaker.
Hesperia Community Schools is closed on the first day back to school due to mold.
Experts say Monday’s gas prices were the lowest West Michigan has seen on Labor Day in almost a decade.
The top lawyer for the Michigan House recommended that one state lawmaker be expelled and another censured for misconduct.
With just a week left before contracts expire with Detroit’s three automakers, the UAW union says it hasn’t chosen a target company.
Deer are enjoying a wildlife refuge south of Detroit. And that’s the problem: There are too many.
A 54-year-old man stranded in mud and thick brush along a western Michigan river while tubing has been rescued.
Two women are embarking on a journey to fly to every state in the lower United States. The pilot is 90, and the co-pilot is 86 years young.
Mecosta County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for the suspects who stole several spools of copper wire from Tri-County Electric.
On this week’s “To The Point,” state Rep. Ken Yonker, R-Caledonia, talks about one of the most pressing issues in Michigan — transportation…