10:55 AM Jul 24, 2013
Officials in Lansing could end their community's "sister cities" relationship with the Russian city of St. Petersburg due to that country's anti-gay policies.
4:00 PM Jul 24, 2013
A Michigan law that allows the state to intervene when a local government faces financial distress is one of the nation's most aggressive, according to a study released Tuesday, days after Detroit became the largest city to ever file for bankruptcy.
8:54 AM Jul 18, 2013
The state said Michigan's seasonally adjusted jobless rate rose three-tenths of a point to 8.7 percent in June as the size of the workforce grew faster than the number of people employed.
7:32 PM Jul 15, 2013
The staff putting together a 'Pure Michigan' guide aimed at boosting tourism for the Great Lakes State under a $1.5 million deal with a Michigan government agency is based in Iowa.
10:00 AM Jul 14, 2013
Michigan's Court of Appeals has ruled that baked goods and other food containing marijuana's active ingredient aren't considered "usable marijuana" under state law unless they contain plant material.
11:00 AM Jul 13, 2013
Michigan State Police said 11 people died in traffic crashes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
1:00 PM Jul 9, 2013
Michigan lawmakers and Gov. Rick Snyder are considering changes to prison sentencing guidelines that were last updated to be more stringent about 15 years ago.
6:00 PM Jul 6, 2013
Michigan State University's license plate is the No. 1 specialty plate in the state, according to state records.
3:00 PM Jul 7, 2013
The leader of the Michigan Senate may press ahead in search of a Medicaid expansion plan to pass muster with fellow Republicans, but it's clear he doesn't appreciate how the governor called the Senate out for refusing to vote.
12:00 PM Jul 7, 2013
Seven craft brewers in Michigan are joining others in calling for stronger clean-water regulations, which they say would produce even better beer.