6:11 PM Nov 17, 2013
A big game room sits at the bottom of the curved stairway in a Lansing building — a room any teenager would be excited to hang out in.
2:00 PM Nov 17, 2013
Hours after Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson proposed requiring political parties and other interests to disclose individual donors who pay for certain election ads, the state Senate moved quickly to keep intact the existing rules so contributors stay anonymous.
12:00 PM Nov 17, 2013
State legislators are sharply divided over an emerging plan to require Michigan insurance companies to tell policyholders the impact of the federal health care law on their premiums.
11:02 AM Nov 14, 2013
Michigan nurse practitioners and other nurses with advanced training could practice without oversight by physicians and prescribe drugs under legislation that won narrow approval Wednesday from the state Senate despite opposition from the doctors' lobby.
3:05 PM Nov 13, 2013
A state board on Tuesday approved a $9.6 million cigarette tax collection contract with Xerox two weeks after delaying the decision so objections raised by two other finalists could be investigated by Gov. Rick Snyder's office.
9:00 AM Nov 11, 2013
Five years after Michigan voters legalized marijuana use for medical purposes, lawmakers say it's time the drug is brought into the fold of the health care industry so patients can buy it at their corner pharmacy.
11:00 AM Nov 8, 2013
A Michigan senator apologized Thursday for putting false information about the sighting of wolves outside a day care center in his resolution urging Congress to strip gray wolves of endangered species protections.
8:48 AM Nov 7, 2013
Michigan's top law enforcer said Wednesday that the state should treat teenage prostitutes as victims, not criminals, as it works to combat human trafficking.
11:03 AM Nov 2, 2013
Explosive growth in the popularity of poker has helped Michigan's charities, churches and civic groups stay afloat at a time of dwindling donations from elsewhere.
11:00 AM Nov 1, 2013
Michigan lawmakers moved Thursday to further restrict sales of stolen copper and other scrap metal, nearly five years after the state first targeted the problem that is damaging city neighborhoods, rural farms, churches and utility companies.