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.
9:00 AM Jul 30, 2015
Michigan authorities say there's a growing danger of wildfires because of hot weather and a lack of rain in many parts of the state.
11:00 AM Jul 24, 2015
The Michigan Public Service Commission says it's unlikely there will be a significant power shortage in the state next year.
11:00 AM Jul 22, 2015
The commander of Michigan's National Guard said Tuesday that additional security measures have been adopted after last week's fatal attack at two Tennessee military facilities, but he stopped short of a lawmaker's call for arming all on-duty personnel.
12:00 PM Jul 19, 2015
A fatal shooting in San Francisco is prompting Michigan lawmakers to propose legislation aimed at cracking down on cities they suspect of harboring immigrants who are in the country illegally.
5:00 PM Jul 17, 2015
The agency that oversees Michigan's court system urged lawmakers Thursday to eliminate nine judicial posts around the state and add three in suburban Detroit.
11:59 AM Jul 16, 2015
Michigan's unemployment rate has held steady in the latest month at 5.5 percent, 1.6 points lower than a year earlier.
11:59 AM Jul 14, 2015
Worker advocates launched a 2016 ballot drive Monday to require that all Michigan employees earn paid sick days, a move they said is necessary because the Legislature has ignored a pressing issue.
4:32 PM Jul 9, 2015
A Consumers Energy employee credited with taking action that provided lifesaving assistance to a Muskegon senior citizen in poor health was recently recognized with the Gatekeeper of the Year award.