The recent discovery of a live Asian carp closer than ever before to the Great Lakes has promoted a bipartisan reaction in Washington.
Police say the fatal fall of an electrician at the Little Caesars Arena worksite in Detroit is being investigated as a possible suicide.
The state of Michigan is suing Flint after the city refused to approve a long-term water deal by a Monday deadline.
Newly released dash camera video shows the dramatic moments aboard a Detroit public bus as it smashed into a building.
The FBI says Amor Ftouhi bought a knife during his five days in the U.S. but was unsuccessful when he tried to buy a gun.
Among the problems cited: The computer system lacks an automated process for recouping overpayments to providers.
The Flint airport officer stabbed in the neck in what authorities are investigating as a terrorist act has been discharged from a hospital.
Gov. Rick Snyder unveiled recommendations for bridging the gap between available jobs and people who don’t have the skills to fill them.
A state lawmaker is trying to change Michigan’s Constitution to fundamentally alter how the state Legislature operates and is elected.
The American Towman Spirit Ride started in New York on June 1 and will travel across the nation over the course of 18 months.
Japan-based Takata Corp. has been overwhelmed by lawsuits and recall costs related to its production of faulty air bag inflators.
Michigan law enforcement plan increased enforcement of boating safety laws as the Fourth of July holiday approaches.
The U.S government says they’re being deported for committing crimes, but the detainees fear they could be persecuted in Iraq.
U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar is asking Gov. Rick Snyder to seek federal emergency aid for central Michigan counties hard-hit by flooding.
Sporadic rain patterns in recent weeks are making Michigan a tale of two states where agriculture is concerned.