Michigan election officials approved a petition form to raise the state’s minimum wage and eliminate a smaller wage to tipped employees.
States continue to use Common Core academic standards despite debate over if they are improving performance in reading and math.
MSP has temporarily stopped patrolling part of Detroit after a trooper fired his Taser at a teenager before he crashed an ATV and died.
The broad is holding off for now on deciding whether to declare that discrimination against LGBT people is already unlawful under state law.
A long-stalled movement to make it illegal to discriminate against LGBT people may gain traction.
The cause of the single-vehicle crash is not yet known.
“To The Point” travels to Flint to see how recovery efforts from the water crisis are going.
An online fundraiser for a young boy with special needs has caught the eye of a West Michigan nonprofit.
President Donald Trump has endorsed Attorney General Bill Schuette for governor of Michigan.
Thousands of volunteers are fanning out along Great Lakes beaches Saturday for an annual trash pickup.
Perhaps no state has embraced the political outsider as much as Michigan, where a venture capitalist won the last two governor’s elections.
Less than half of 4-to-7-year-olds in Michigan are using booster seats according to a Wayne State University research group.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has become part of a multi-state investigation with 40 states regarding the Equifax data breach.
A judge ordered a city to make room for a farmer who was banned from a market for not allowing gay couples to be married at his farm.
MSP released its annual bus inspection rating system, showing which buses in each school district that need repairs to meet standards.