3:55 PM Jul 2, 2014
Michigan imposed a quarantine on shipments of fir trees and some timber products from outside the state to protect the state's nearly 14 million fir trees from an invasive insect that is difficult to eradicate, officials said.
6:00 PM Jul 1, 2014
Michigan's plan to conduct criminal background checks on 60,000 workers hired to help disabled Medicaid recipients live in their homes will not lead every ex-felon to be disqualified as an aide, top state officials said Monday.
6:00 PM Jun 29, 2014
Schoolchildren, college students and others will be impacted when the next state budget starts in about three months.
10:57 AM Jun 28, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law to lessen and gradually eliminate extra "responsibility" fees that are imposed on drivers for certain traffic offenses.
8:15 PM Jun 27, 2014
(CORRECTION) In a Thursday story about Michigan's unemployment rates, The Associated Press reported incorrect numbers for May. The numbers in the story were from May 2013, not May 2014.
10:57 AM Jun 26, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder signed changes in Michigan's high school graduation rules Wednesday that will allow students to meet some math and foreign language requirements through materials woven into certain technical and arts classes.
3:10 PM Jun 26, 2014
Most people buying their own health insurance in Michigan could see near double-digit premium increases next year.
9:26 AM Jun 25, 2014
Michigan now has a law ensuring that women have the right to breastfeed their babies in public.
11:10 AM Jun 25, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a $15.8 billion education budget that includes substantially more money for public universities and a preschool program for disadvantaged 4-year-olds, along with a more modest boost in K-12 districts' traditional per-student funding.
4:00 PM Jun 22, 2014
Back in 1939, tuition at St. Mary Cathedral High School in Lansing was $10 a student; $15 for a family.