Post-recall fires involving 1,345 cars raise questions about GM and the government’s response.
A man accused of trying to shoot his ex-wife in Jackson County has been arrested in Kalamazoo.
A new report out by the nonprofit group Mission Readiness shows 71 percent of young adults are not eligible for military service.
Voters could no longer cast a straight ticket for candidates representing a single party under legislation approved by the state Senate.
The center of the deep low pressure system responsible for our strong winds is located near Sault Ste. Marie and is moving up into Ontario.
Oceana County authorities say tips helped identify the man who was caught on camera running over a property owner with an ATV.
A Michigan legislative panel has voted to prohibit a common second-trimester abortion procedure.
Ceremonies in Michigan are observing the 40th anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior.
A long-awaited plan to funnel $1.2 billion more annually into Michigan’s notoriously shoddy roads is now law.
A new study ranks Michigan last in the nation for its ethics and transparency laws.
MDOC is revising rates for inmate phone calls after the FCC decided to reduce the cost of jail and prison phone calls.
State officials have adopted a number of changes in fishing regulations.
A Grand Haven man was injured in a single vehicle crash on Sunday.
Three teenage boys are charged with conspiring to shoot people at two Michigan schools.
Two back-to-back brutally cold winters have been hard on local wineries, especially up north.