More than 372,000 pounds of hot dogs and corn dogs are being recalled over concerns of listeria.
Michigan’s jobless rate dipped to 4.6 percent in June, a slight drop from May but the lowest in 15 years.
An appeals court has cleared the way for Michigan prosecutors seeking no-parole sentences for potentially hundreds of prisoners.
Shareholders for agriculture and chemicals companies DuPont and Dow Chemical have approved their merger,
New rules establish minimum certification levels for sign language interpreters that must be provided in courtrooms and doctor’s offices.
While state lawmakers were not in session Tuesday, the Capitol halls were still bustling.
Hundreds of officers gathered in suburban Detroit for a funeral for Michael Krol, who was among five officers killed this month in Dallas.
A judge has dismissed charges against a man who spent eight years behind bars for four murders that were later linked to a hit man.
Officials say an accounting mistake shortchanged the salary and benefits of Northwestern Michigan College’s president by more than $11,000.
A Norwegian ship described as the largest Viking vessel in the world remains docked in Bay City after a four-day festival.
State officials say Michigan residents who heat their homes with propane should lock in prices now instead of waiting until it gets cold.
Police say two people are dead following a small plane crash near a grassy runway in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
West Michigan is expected to see its hottest stretch in several years this week, with the heat originating in the Central U.S.
Coast Guard officials say windy conditions made Lake Michigan especially dangerous on Sunday when at least 10 people had to be rescued.
The honor came nearly a half-century after Lt. Col Charles Kettles rescued 40 soldiers wounded during an ambush in Vietnam.