4:00 PM Oct 13, 2013
Michigan's top economic development official on Wednesday defended his agency after auditors flagged it for not verifying job-creation data submitted by companies getting grants and loans, but he was met with skepticism from Democrats and Republicans.
2:00 PM Oct 14, 2013
Michigan wants to award a $9.6 million contract to Xerox to help make sure taxes are paid on cigarettes, despite allegations of bias in the selection process and an offer from a competitor to do the work for at least $1.7 million less.
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.

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