4:00 PM Oct 8, 2015
Michigan would tax and regulate medical marijuana in a tiered licensing system similar to alcohol under legislation passed Wednesday by the House, where advocates said action is necessary due to confusion surrounding the legality of dispensary businesses and non-smokable forms of the drug.
2:05 PM Oct 6, 2015
Law enforcement officials in Michigan say stepped-up drunken driving patrols during the end of the summer led to hundreds of arrests.
10:01 AM Oct 3, 2015
A cash-strapped Michigan city that broke away from Detroit's water system to save money last year is now getting at least $1 million from the state for home water filters amid complaints that its new system, which taps a local river, is linked to increased lead levels in children's blood.
5:04 PM Oct 2, 2015
The Michigan Parole Board would have less leeway to keep certain prisoners locked up past their minimum sentence under legislation approved Thursday to curtail prison spending by at least $75 million annually within five to 10 years, the equivalent of closing two prisons.
3:58 PM Oct 1, 2015
Drivers pulled over by the police in Michigan will be able to show proof of their auto insurance on a phone or another mobile device instead of having to provide a hard copy under legislation going to Gov. Rick Snyder for his expected signature.
1:57 PM Sep 30, 2015
Two groups from opposite sides of Michigan's political spectrum want to end law enforcement's ability to seize and take ownership of cash, homes and vehicles from people who are not convicted of crimes.
5:57 PM Sep 29, 2015
Michigan shoppers may want to order quickly, before Amazon.com and other online stores start collecting the 6 percent state sales tax this week under laws designed to make sure the state receives previously unpaid money.
4:00 PM Sep 29, 2015
Democrats in the Republican-controlled Legislature proposed nearly $1 billion in tax cuts geared toward families with children and people paying off college loans in an attempt to shift more of the tax burden to businesses.
1:00 PM Sep 27, 2015
Some of Michigan's biggest companies and school districts are fighting bills that would alter rules that govern competition in a partially deregulated electricity market.
8:00 AM Sep 20, 2015
More than $285,000 is being awarded for the promotion and improvement of coastal community trails in Michigan.