11:59 AM Jul 27, 2014
Michigan primary voters will begin determining what could be one of the bigger shake-ups in the state's congressional delegation in years, a revamp that could become even larger if business-supported Republican challengers can topple tea party-backed congressmen.
8:00 AM Jul 27, 2014
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder on Friday reported raising $3.3 million this year for his re-election campaign, about $500,000 more than his Democratic opponent, Mark Schauer.
2:05 PM Jul 25, 2014
Michigan authorities say the state experienced a typical seasonal increase in unemployment in the latest month.
11:09 AM Jul 22, 2014
Michigan's attorney general on Monday recommended numerous improvements in prison security and said the state should consider possibly reversing money-saving moves in the wake of a convicted quadruple murderer's escape.
9:27 AM Jul 17, 2014
The state said Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.5 percent in the latest month.
12:55 PM Jul 3, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed laws strengthening Michigan's oversight of pharmacies following a fatal 2012 meningitis outbreak linked to tainted steroid injections from a Massachusetts company.
6:55 PM Jul 2, 2014
The Michigan Department of Transportation is lifting traffic restrictions on 110 of 145 projects statewide for the busy Fourth of July holiday weekend.
4:01 PM Jul 4, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a law restoring a state tuition assistance program for active-duty Michigan National Guard members, making them eligible for reimbursement of up to $4,500 a year.
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.

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