A 17-story vacant office building in suburban Detroit was imploded Sunday morning.
Prices continue to drop at the pump, with the cost of gas as low as $2.14 per gallon in West Michigan on Sunday.
In this lame-duck session, the big issue has been roads. Gov. Rick Snyder weighs in the roads and other bills before the legislature.
Bill Bonds, an iconic Detroit broadcaster who also worked for ABC stations in New York and Los Angeles, has died.
Members of the Republican Party are looking to capitalize on the momentum of a successful midterm election.
Ceremonies were held across the United States Saturday morning to honor the nation’s fallen veterans.
Carl Levin has given a farewell speech in the U.S. Senate, appealing for bipartisanship and compromise in an era of political polarization.
Michigan’s health agency is working to make it harder for parents to get out of immunizing their children against contagious diseases.
Leelanau County authorities say a pair who refer to themselves as “Bonnie and Clyde” are responsible for several 2012 home invasions.
Deputy Grant Whitaker was killed early Sunday after his car struck a tree. It happened while he was in pursuit of another vehicle.
The big issue as the end of state legislature’s lame-duck session looms is funding for Michigan’s infamously shoddy roads.
Amazon.com and some other online retailers would have to collect sales tax on purchases under legislation approved by the state Senate.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will deliver his fifth State of the State address on Jan. 20 inside the state Capitol in Lansing.
It’s the last chance for Michigan lawmakers to begin approving new bills and have any hope of seeing them signed into law this year.
POLITICO says Snyder’s plan to tour the nation may be an indication that he wants a federal office, but he said he’s focused on Michigan.
As soon as Thursday, state lawmakers could vote on a proposal that would force retailers to collect tax on Internet purchases.