Efforts by the state Department of Natural Resources to manage chronic wasting disease in deer will be presented during a town hall meeting.
A Native American tribe is suing Gov. Rick Snyder for jurisdiction over a stretch of land in the northern part of the Mitten.
The U.S. Coast Guard says it has suspended a search for a man who apparently jumped off a freighter into Lake Michigan.
An investigation into the state representatives yielded “troubling evidence of misconduct,” the speaker of the House says.
August and September are historically poor months for the stock market, financial experts say.
A man who is behind bars for prostituting teenagers may get a reduced sentence because of his testimony in a cold case murder trial.
Funeral services were held in Detroit for a woman who was believed to be the oldest U.S. veteran at the time of her death.
Two Detroit-area nurses whose lawsuit erased Michigan’s ban on gay marriage are expected to exchange vows.
Patrols start Friday and run through Sept. 7 across the state as part of the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.
Gov. Rick Snyder is leaving for his fifth trade trip to China.
Two of the three suspects in connection to an attempted robbery at a Grand Rapids-area jewelry store will be heading to a federal prison.
A security video appearing to show a taxi driver defecating in public on Detroit’s west side is being met with reactions of disgust.
The state Education Department says testing time for 11th-graders will drop by up to eight hours next spring.
The Baldwin Promise is a program that offers scholarship for students who attend Baldwin Community Schools and plan to attend college.
Gov. Snyder says improving roads by shifting money from elsewhere in the budget can’t come at the expense of being fiscally responsible.