12:00 PM Apr 14, 2015
Michigan traffic deaths totaled less than 900 last year for the first time since 2011 despite an increase in the total number of crashes in 2014, officials announced Monday.
5:00 PM Apr 12, 2015
The state sales tax would go up a penny on the dollar. The gasoline tax would rise with inflation, likely more. The annual vehicle registration tax would be higher.
5:58 PM Apr 10, 2015
Michigan would legalize the use of marijuana for recreational use under the wording of a proposed ballot initiative submitted Thursday, the first of what could be competing legalization efforts.
11:00 AM Apr 9, 2015
The Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a 2012 law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pension to avoid receiving less in retirement, and the justices also affirmed a similar provision involving retiree health care benefits.
8:51 AM Apr 3, 2015
Michigan's seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate has fallen to 5.8 percent in the latest month as the job picture continues to brighten.
8:00 AM Apr 3, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder warned Thursday that he would veto religious objections legislation unless lawmakers also send him a bill extending anti-discrimination protections to gays.
11:55 AM Mar 29, 2015
Mary Amick went 15 years without health insurance while working a minimum-wage job at a small country store outside Coldwater.
4:02 PM Mar 28, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder used his pardon powers to erase the drunken driving conviction of a politically connected lawyer who was appointed to a state economic board in 2011.
5:59 PM Mar 27, 2015
Michigan authorities have picked two companies for a three-year, $103.7 million contract to give standardized tests to public school students, the state Department of Education announced Thursday.
2:00 PM Mar 26, 2015
Michigan's top education official notified seven charter school authorizers Wednesday that they are no longer at risk of losing their ability to charter new schools, crediting them for improvements since he put them on notice seven months ago.