The state Legislature is on Thanksgiving break with no sessions scheduled until Nov. 28.
Congressman Upton declines to run for Senate seat in 2018; police officer charged with firing gun into car, injuring woman
The auto club says it would be the eighth consecutive year of growth for Thanksgiving travel in Michigan.
Water safe at 3 schools amid chemical concerns, officials say; teen pleads guilty to threatening school violence
2 health systems plan to merge operations; Michigan unemployment rate rose to 4.5 percent in October
Hunters hitting the woods, fields for firearms deer season; Ottawa County school district ends Bible talks following complaints
Snyder cites 'significant' concerns over Enbridge pipeline; man awaiting sentencing for murder hangs himself in jail
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:
ROCKFORD (AP) — Biologists with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality are planning to take a second look at fish in the Rogue River because of growing water contamination concerns from nearby tannery dump sites.
Members of the West Michigan community had the opportunity to learn about and question legislation in Washington D.C. that would reform America’s tax plan on Wednesday evening, Nov. 8.
Senate confirms Pete Hoekstra as Netherlands ambassador; U-M fraternity social events suspended after hazing allegations
Woman, ex-beau get life in prison for kids' arson deaths; 2 die in Kalamazoo murder-suicide; child, 4, critically hurt
Army Technician Fourth Grade Pete M. Counter was 24 when he went missing in action, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Michigan lawmakers were poised Wednesday to weaken a policy that prohibits oceangoing cargo ships from releasing ballast water at the state's ports until it has been treated to kill invasive species.
Judge rules for Thumb township in wind energy dispute.