11:59 AM Dec 7, 2014
Eager to deprive Democrats of a major election advantage, Republicans here are exploring whether to change the rules so their presidential candidate can net electoral votes without having to win the state's popular vote.
10:00 AM Dec 7, 2014
The Republican-led state House approved legislation Thursday that supporters said would protect people's religious beliefs from government overreach and opponents charged would permit discrimination against gays and others.
11:01 AM Dec 3, 2014
Ottawa County has the lowest in the state for October.
4:00 PM Nov 29, 2014
A typical Michigan driver would initially pay roughly $4.60 more per month in state gasoline taxes under a gradual tax increase proposed to boost funding for roads, bridges and public transit.
8:00 AM Nov 23, 2014
This wasn't church. It was a bar, the Loft in downtown Lansing on a Tuesday night in October.
11:00 AM Nov 20, 2014
Michigan officials are considering whether a Christian Nativity scene and a counter-display from a secularist group should join the state Christmas tree on the Capitol lawn this holiday season.
9:02 AM Nov 20, 2014
Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has dropped again in the latest month to its lowest level in more than six years.
6:00 PM Nov 14, 2014
A Republican lawmaker on Thursday proposed scrapping the way presidential candidates pick up electoral votes Michigan, saying the winner-take-all system should be replaced by one that divides the votes proportionally.
9:00 AM Nov 14, 2014
The Michigan Senate voted Thursday to more than double the state gasoline tax over four years to raise at least $1 billion to fix roads, a major step toward a possible comprehensive road funding deal that Gov. Rick Snyder has made a top priority before year's end.
2:43 PM Nov 14, 2014
State education officials on Thursday announced details about the new standardized tests public school students across Michigan will take in spring 2015.