7:00 AM Oct 12, 2013
Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon announced his resignation Friday, citing acrimony associated with his recent divorce that drew unflattering media attention.
4:02 PM Oct 11, 2013
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said Thursday that she is letting about 600 non-U.S. citizens know they need to withdraw from the voter rolls.
1:01 PM Oct 10, 2013
A state report shows demand for natural gas and electricity is projected to drop following a summer that was 12 percent cooler than normal.
12:59 PM Oct 9, 2013
The Michigan Human Services Department said Tuesday that a federal monitors' report shows improvements in the state's child welfare system, while a group that sued the state says the agency "is still struggling in its most crucial mission."
10:55 AM Oct 9, 2013
Hundreds of Michigan National Guard members and civilian employees affected by the partial shutdown of the federal government have reported back to work.
6:00 PM Oct 6, 2013
Michigan won't transfer inmates to a privately run prison because two private companies that bid on the work submitted prices higher than what the Department of Corrections currently spends, an official says.
10:03 AM Oct 1, 2013
Five things to know about Michigan's new health insurance marketplace, which opens Tuesday and is a major component of the federal health care law:
12:33 PM Oct 1, 2013
The number of vehicle crashes involving deer is falling again in Michigan.
6:03 PM Sep 29, 2013
Michigan's new era of health care begins Tuesday, as many of its 1.1 million uninsured residents start deciding how best to obtain coverage required under the landmark federal health care law.
8:56 AM Sep 27, 2013
Michigan moved a step closer Thursday toward continuing to implement more rigorous and uniform education standards that supporters say will improve classroom teaching and better prepare students for college, but delayed deciding whether companion standardized tests should also take effect.

Pages