1:00 PM Mar 6, 2014
A poll reports a doubling in the percentage of Michigan drivers who acknowledge they text or use email while behind the wheel since the previous survey two years earlier.
8:56 AM Mar 6, 2014
Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has dropped a half-point to 7.8 percent in the latest month reported as the number of job seekers not working fell despite an increase in the labor force, the state reported Wednesday.
6:00 PM Mar 5, 2014
Michigan lawmakers are looking to remove the terms "mental retardation" and "mentally retarded" from state law.
2:00 PM Mar 2, 2014
Repealing Michigan's rarely enforced ban against scalping tickets is, on its face, an effort to help out the average customer looking to sell a few unused tickets to a game or concert.
4:00 PM Feb 28, 2014
The Michigan Department of Human Services announced Thursday that it is revamping its funding model for foster care to allocate money up-front to nonprofit agencies and increase their accountability for children in their care.
10:00 AM Feb 28, 2014
Michigan school groups have countered Gov. Rick Snyder's K-12 budget plan with one of their own that would give districts more per student by eliminating line-item spending that benefits a smaller number of students.
1:01 PM Feb 27, 2014
Lawmakers are heading toward a mid-year budget showdown over paying for more road projects and filling a hole in Michigan's collection of a tax that funds medical care for low-income residents.
8:30 PM Feb 26, 2014
Michiganders should take precautions in the coming days as another round of bitterly cold weather settles in across the state, officials said
10:00 AM Feb 26, 2014
A spokeswoman for Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said his office is performing its duty by defending the state's ban on gay marriage.
4:00 PM Feb 23, 2014
Dead fish and other aquatic creatures may become a common sight in Michigan because of the severely cold winter, state officials said Wednesday.

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