Two Democrats and three Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination for the 100th District seat in the state House of Representatives.
24 Hour News 8’s Political Reporter Rick Albin was in Cleveland this week for the Republican National Convention.
State lawmakers have accomplished a lot so far this year, but there’s still much to be done.
The issue of criminal justice reform doesn’t stop at Michigan’s prisons.
The U.S.-Mexico border is seeing a flood of families from Central America, doubling levels seen during the 2014 surge.
Some people think of autonomous vehicles as driverless cars, but they’re really vehicles that can communicate car-to-car or with the road.
Economic development initiatives continue to be launched at the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island.
Day two of the Mackinac Policy Conference found Gov. Rick Snyder once again saying it’s time to talk up Michigan.
Rep. Tim Greimel says Republicans and Democrats have very different views on a number of subjects and that creates some problems.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has traveled around the state to support and promote a program called OK2SAY.
President Obama came to Flint to talk about the water crisis — more specifically to talk about how the community can recover.
The state budget is starting to take center stage in Lansing, and one of legislators’ major priorities as they work out spending is educatio…
Fiorina has credibility in the Republican ranks. She ran a respectable presidential campaign and is a highly skilled debater.
One of Washington’s dirty secrets is that members of Congress spend up to 30 hours a week buttering up rich donors.
On this episode of “To The Point,” putting together a budget for the State of Michigan.
There will be no quick fix to the crisis of lead contamination in Flint’s water, but one lawmaker has some ideas on how to start right now.
In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga sat down with “To The Point” to discuss the fight against terrorism.