6:01 PM Dec 11, 2013
The state school superintendent said Tuesday he will direct more of Michigan's worst public schools into a state improvement district as early as January, while critics questioned whether the move is legal without the Legislature's blessing.
10:00 AM Dec 11, 2013
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law naming a portion of I-96 in West Michigan for a police officer who was killed while helping detain suspected bank robbers.
11:00 AM Dec 10, 2013
Michigan police chiefs and sheriffs on Monday came out against legislation that would make it easier for phone companies to stop offering traditional land line service, saying it would put seniors and rural residents at risk during emergencies.
11:30 AM Dec 6, 2013
DNR: Gun hunters shot fewer deer in 2013
8:00 AM Dec 5, 2013
With the advent of 3-D printers capable of producing plastic weapons, the House voted this week to renew a 25-year-old prohibition against firearms that can evade metal detectors and X-ray machines.
2:00 PM Dec 1, 2013
It's been 21 years since work wrapped up on a $58 million restoration of the state Capitol, a National Historic Landmark that remains among the most revered sites in Michigan.
11:00 AM Nov 30, 2013
Deals struck 20 years ago to authorize the first American Indian casinos in Michigan may expire today, and it could be months — even years — before the state and six tribes reach new agreements.
11:48 AM Nov 28, 2013
The wild turkey has completed its comeback in Michigan, but not all are thrilled with the development.
11:00 AM Nov 27, 2013
State officials said they've had three investigations into a bacterial disease that affects dogs in Michigan during the past four months.
1:00 PM Nov 26, 2013
Michigan will sell lottery tickets and offer games online in a year's time after two companies were chosen Monday to run an "iLottery" billed as a way to help fund public schools and keep the lottery relevant.

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