A set of triplets has earned three of the four valedictorian spots at their high school in central Michigan.
Leaders joined in a bipartisan plea to get the state House to pass a bill that would create tax incentives for big job providers.
Members of Michigan’s congressional delegation are vowing to finally secure a long-sought upgrade of the Soo Locks.
“To steal from the dead is an unimaginable act that defies description,” said Genesee County Sheriff Robert Pickell.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley is calling for making state government more transparent by expanding public-records laws.
A conservative state senator is running for Michigan governor in 2018.
The agencies teamed up to send a dramatic life-saving message to teens about the risk of swimming when a red flag is out.
A Mecosta County pastor was flanked by supporters as he faced a judge and jury Wednesday, charged with trying to influence a jury.
Unlicensed contractors can illegally hold your property hostage with a piece of paper and state law lets them get away with it.
Residents of several Newaygo and Oceania county communities will soon have to wait longer for an ambulance to show up at their door.
A pregnant doe that was trapped in some rocks near Lake Michigan is expected to survive, thanks to some help from the Coast Guard.
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow says she likes to use the Mackinac Policy Conference to work with other lawmakers on issues of common interest.
Attorney General Bill Schuette has created a new unit to target heroin and other opioid-based drug crimes in Michigan.
Exactly 19 years ago Wednesday, one of the worst thunderstorm events in world history swept through West Michigan.
A majority of Michigan residents aren’t overly pleased with how President Donald Trump is doing so far, a new poll shows.