With the relatively slow month of August almost over, there is considerable talk in Lansing about what may happen next with roads.
The state legislature is preparing to rewrite the energy policy, which deals with alternative energy, federal regulations on production and …
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio will address the Detroit Economic Club next week.
Brandon Dillon recently resigned from his seat in the state House of Representatives to chair the Michigan Democratic Party.
A state representative says she plans to sponsor legislation that would refuse federal dollars given to the state for Planned Parenthood.
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has scored the top spot for Thursday night’s leadoff debate of the 2016 presidential race.
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.