It could be Sunday before power is restored to all Consumers Energy customers affected by Wednesday’s winds.
The Michigan Supreme Court is considering suspending a judge who ordered three siblings to juvenile detention for failing to visit their dad…
As snow and ice cover recede from Michigan lakes, officials say people should be prepared to see dead fish or other creatures in the water.
Police have released new video of an unidentified suspect wanted in connection to the deadly shooting of a Wayne State University officer.
The head of a school of choice lobbying group founded by Secretary DeVos has resigned after making a remark about domestic violence.
A state attorney admitted mistakes led to the arrest of the wrong man in a child pornography case, but he said those mistakes were innocent.
The school’s head of athletics is encouraging current and former student-athletes with any information to come forward.
A bill that would keep bids secret until the state government awards a contract is nearing final approval in Michigan’s Legislature.
A West Michigan woman got a special delivery over the weekend thanks to Target 8 and Samsung.
The Walker-based retailer is expanding a recall sparked by listeria concerns to include two more food products sold under its name.
General Motors Co. is laying off 1,100 workers at an assembly plant in Michigan.
A group representing Great Lakes region mayors is sounding the alarm against potentially drastic cuts to an ecological recovery initiative.
Michigan is turning to the public for help fighting Asian carp.
The state of Michigan appears increasingly unlikely to follow through on threats to close up to 38 chronically low-performing schools.
Congressional members from both sides of the aisle vow that will not happen.