11:05 AM Aug 18, 2015
Michigan's economic development agency said Monday it plans staff cuts in part because a tribal casino stopped paying a portion of its gambling profits after the state began selling lottery tickets and offering games online.
10:57 PM Aug 12, 2015
An inquiry into whether two Michigan lawmakers misused state resources to hide their extramarital relationship and fired aides unwilling to participate in the attempted cover-up should be mostly finished by the end of next week, an investigator said Wednesday.
7:56 AM Aug 11, 2015
A Michigan lawmaker apologized Monday but said he would not resign after orchestrating a campaign suggesting he had sex with a male prostitute in order to distract attention from his relationship with another legislator.
4:00 PM Aug 11, 2015
Former "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert announced her candidacy for a Michigan congressional seat on Monday, saying "fresh voices" are needed to help improve the economy for people who have fallen behind.
6:00 PM Aug 11, 2015
The state’s Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Historical Commission presented the 2015 Gov. John B. Swainson Award to five recipients at a ceremony Monday in the Capitol Rotunda.
12:00 PM Aug 9, 2015
Symbols of Michigan's involvement in the Civil War again have a prominent place at the state Capitol, flanking the central walkway that leads to the historic building's main entrance.
12:02 PM Aug 8, 2015
A Michigan lawmaker had an email sent to his Republican supporters falsely claiming he had been caught having sex with a male prostitute, apparently believing such a smear campaign would help distract attention from an alleged extramarital affair between him and another lawmaker, a newspaper reported Friday.
11:00 AM Aug 4, 2015
A $1 million Michigan lottery prize is still unclaimed, two days before the deadline to claim it.
4:00 PM Aug 1, 2015
Michigan would become the first state to allow medical marijuana for children with severe autism if a senior official follows the recommendation made Friday by an advisory panel.
3:00 PM Jul 31, 2015
Michigan's election board approved petition forms Thursday for ballot drives to increase business taxes for road improvements, require paid sick days and implement a mail-in voting system — bringing to eight the number of proposals for which supporters are gathering signatures.