A 1.7-mile snowshoe trail has been designated in western Michigan’s Pere Marquette Township.
Lawmakers appear ready to take another whack at public employee benefits as the state struggles with pension and health care obligations.
The Michigan Supreme Court wants more information as it considers whether to suspend a judge for sexually harassing a female employee.
An interactive mapping tool produced by the Michigan DEQ will provide up-to-date information about E. coli bacteria levels.
Three men have been found apparently shot to death in a house on Detroit’s east side.
An aquatic weed is creeping across the Great Lakes region that grows really fast and is very hard to kill.
Michigan says potential release of private information from unemployment system may affect up to 1.9 million people.
Heading to metro Detroit? Get ready for delays.
Software maker Microsoft plans to move its Michigan Microsoft Technology Center to downtown Detroit in early 2018.
A federal judge in Detroit says U.S. green-card holders shouldn’t be affected by Trump’s order temporarily banning refugees and immigrants.
Unemployment Insurance Agency has settled a lawsuit in which it was sued for using a computer system that falsely accused people of fraud.
Experts say most of what’s needed for autonomous driving is in place. It’s just a matter of upgrading the current infrastructure.
A West Michigan man spent months gutting his old gas-powered car and installing a battery, turning it into an all-electric vehicle.
The adverse weather in Michigan may be hard to drive in, but that’s exactly why self-driving cars are here.
The last couple of years have been good to the auto industry, but there are some early indicators sales may slow in 2017.