House primary races have been decided and there have been a couple of upsets in other local elections.
While it may seem incidents of potential racism are on the rise, records maintained by the state show that’s not the case in Michigan.
A former Lansing-area prosecutor forced out of office in a scandal over prostitutes has pleaded guilty.
The former Village of Shelby police chief has been arraigned on six criminal charges.
“Anton Yelchin was crushed and lingered alive for some time, trapped and suffocating until his death,” the lawsuit says.
A Michigan farming family has a little less wheat but a lot more to celebrate.
A group has launched a new attempt to require Michigan employers to provide paid sick time.
Authorities say they arrested a Detroit man who bought explosives from an undercover agent after talking about carrying out an attack.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of two former Michigan House aides who say they were illegally fired before a sex scandal broke.
More than $1.2 million will help fund a mobile health clinic amid Flint’s crisis with lead-tainted water among other projects.
Scientists have found a significant presence of organic waste compounds in three Michigan rivers during a four-year study.
Coaches, teachers, friends, teammates and family members gathered at Spartan Stadium to remember former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler.
Six current or former state employees were charged Friday with misconduct and other crimes in the Flint water crisis.
Sen. Gary Peters says Democrats think Hillary Clinton will do well in Michigan in the general election, but “we don’t take it for granted.”
More criminal charges connected to the Flint water crisis are expected to be announced Friday.