As of Monday, the 75th State House District does not have a representative.
On this “To The Point” we continue our conversation with the men and women who want to be the next president of the United States.
The freshman representative from Kalamazoo talks about bringing about change in Lansing.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has discussed balancing the federal budget, job creation and growing the U.S. economy with supporters in Michigan.
On this week’s “To The Point,” Lt. Gov. Brian Calley weighed in on the difficulty of reaching a road funding deal.
Well into Michigan’s road construction season, Lansing still hasn’t passed a long-term road repair funding plan.
Brandon Dillon, who is in his third term representing Grand Rapids, was expected to step down after being elected party chair.
Some groups label Sen. Rebekah Warren, D-Ann Arbor, the most liberal member of the Michigan legislature.
The Michigan Democratic Party has elected state Rep. Brandon Dillon as its new party chairman.
There hasn’t been much talk about energy policy here in Michigan, but it’s an important topic that impacts everyone.
Advocates of overhauling how Michigan draws legislative and congressional seats plan to raise awareness about redistricting.
The Senate approved a $1.5 billion plan to improve roads by raising fuel taxes and redirecting money from elsewhere in the budget.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz plans to speak at a GOP leadership gathering in Michigan in September.
Michigan’s budgets for the 2016 fiscal year are done. How did that process work?
Just after Gov. Rick Snyder put his signature on the state’s $54.5 billion budget for next year last week, he sat down with 24 Hour News 8.
As the Michigan legislature switches to its summer schedule, the biggest unresolved issue remains how to pay for road repairs.