The Michigan Legislature only has a couple of days left in session before they adjourn for the year.
The president went primetime with the conversation about terrorism. The reaction has been swift and predictable along a partisan line.
Now not expected to be finished before the end of the year, Michigan’s new energy policy is still the subject of hot debate.
The Michigan Legislature returns to work Tuesday for what could be either a very busy or rather lackluster few days of session.
The fallout from the legislation to fund repairs to Michigan’s roads continues.
If the presidential race comes up during Thanksgiving dinner, here are some facts to help you hold your own.
A plan to turn the old Steelcase pyramid into a cloud data storage facility is getting some pushback from one U.S. congressman.
State Rep. Tim Greimel and U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg talk about the Paris terror attacks, Syrian refugees in Michigan and security.
The issue of homeland security and the debate over the United States’ response to ISIS is taking center stage in the presidential race.
Gov. Rick Snyder made history last week when he signed a roads deal he says will fix Michigan’s crumbling infrastructure.
A long-awaited plan to funnel $1.2 billion more annually into Michigan’s notoriously shoddy roads is now law.
The Speaker of the House Kevin Cotter discusses the recently passed plan to fund fixes for Michigan’s deteriorating roads.
The 75th District seat is open because Brandon Dillon left the position to become the chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party.
The 80th District voters will decide whether to return Gamrat to office or select one of six other Republican campaigning for that office.
This week on “To The Point,” we wrap up our series of interviews with candidates running in the election for the 80th House District seat.