As the transition of power continues, two national positions are of particular interest to Republicans in Michigan.
Legislation that would let Michigan motorists drive faster on 1,500 miles of rural highway is going to Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk.
A lawsuit filed by former state Rep. Todd Courser against the Michigan House of Representatives and former aides has been dismissed.
Jill Stein says she plans to donate any money left over from the $7.3 million she raised for the recounts in Michigan and other states.
A suburban Detroit family is conceding that it can’t match the neighbors’ holiday display.
Groups who say minority, elderly and poor voters would be affected by the bill put pressure on State Senators Monday to stop the measure.
The study estimates that about one in five newborns in rural counties had withdrawal symptoms in 2013.
David Chauvette is one of 12 people injured in a weekend fire at the popular ski resort in Harbor Springs.
There is a new speaker of the House in Lansing.
Twelve people are injured after fire struck the main lodge at Boyne Highlands, a popular ski resort in northern Michigan.
There were only minor injuries reported in a pileup on I-75 in Oakland County involving more than 30 vehicles and four semi-trucks.
WSU has awarded an advanced degree to a campus police officer, who was one credit short of graduating when he was fatally shot.
A funding agreement backed by Michigan lawmakers is on its way to President Obama’s desk.
A few flurries will linger Monday, but it will be generally dry.
Companies can now test self-driving cars on Michigan public roads without a driver or steering wheel under new laws.