A new law going into effect in March will compensate people who have been exonerated after serving time in prison.
Days after one Michigan university released its list of cliched words it wants to banish, another seeks to rescue a different batch.
Preliminary figures show non-fatal shootings, carjackings and robberies dropped while the number of homicides increased by seven.
Gretchen Whitmer, a former Democratic legislative leader and interim county prosecutor, is running for Michigan governor in 2018.
Gov. Rick Snyder has chosen a former top state lawmaker from southwest Michigan to be the state’s next budget director.
Ford is cancelling plans for a new plant in Mexico, instead adding hundreds of jobs in Michigan to build electric, autonomous vehicles.
An anthropologist is set to perform an autopsy on a severely decomposed body found face down inside a car in Detroit.
Michigan workers who make the minimum wage are getting a 40-cents-an-hour raise.
County officials are is declaring “all hands on deck” to fix a broken sewer line that has created a major sinkhole in suburban Detroit.
Michigan now has the sixth-highest gas taxes in the country, up from 18th, according to the American Petroleum Institute.
Campesino SOS helps migrant and seasonal workers connect with farmers who need help, as well as clinics and legal aid in the area.
A Coldwater man was taken custody Thursday after he allegedly shot his dog and broke into his neighbor’s apartment.
A Wyoming man accused of killing a Kentwood man in Newaygo County has been ordered to stand trial.
Michigan public schools will be banned from physically restraining or secluding students except in emergencies.
The solar system is putting on its own show to celebrate the end of 2016.