The Senate Health, Education and Labor Committee announced it was delaying a vote on her nomination until Jan. 31.
A lawsuit against Kellogg Community College claims it violated the free speech rights of students handing out the Constitution on campus.
President Donald Trump quickly assumed the mantle of the White House on Friday.
The accidental drowning of a 7-month-old girl has prompted the state to file a neglect petition in family court against the baby’s parents.
Grand Rapids police are issuing a public warning Friday night after first responders have been called to five separate overdose cases.
State agriculture officials say chronic wasting disease has been identified in two female deer in central Michigan.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by an inmate of the Michigan Department of Corrections against Aramark.
A Kalamazoo man is facing charges after officers say he used an assault rifle to threaten a neighbor who parked in his spot.
Maj Toure created the organization ‘Black Guns Matter’ about a year ago.
Senators confirmed John Kelly’s nomination to lead the Homeland Security Department.
A march likely to have historic turnout will ask President Donald Trump to respect women’s rights as he begins his presidency.
One of two men who police say ambushed a father and son during a Craigslist transaction in Battle Creek is heading to prison.
The Republican-led Senate has voted to confirm James Mattis to be President Donald Trump’s defense secretary.
Rescuers say a man is “very lucky” to be alive after he flipped his kayak in an icy Muskegon County river.
The Michigan Department of Corrections has slapped its latest food contractor with more than $2 million in penalties.