Gov. Snyder mulling use of National Guard for road projects; California woman falls to her death at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Michigan unemployment rate down to 4.1 percent in August; man accused of killing girlfriend captured after jail escape
Drone to survey Michigan lake in search for toxic chemicals; Indiana man gets life for killing his father in Michigan
West Michigan sheriff sues, says $600K patrol boat missing parts; crash between car, police SUV kills 1, hurts 2 in southwest Michigan
With the Michigan Legislature holding intermittent sessions during the general election campaign season, this report continues the review of key votes from the 2017-18 session.
Chelsea High School has decided to stop crowning homecoming queens amid bullying issues.
Detroit-area woman calls police to report killing husband; couple accused of abusing, imprisoning kids to stand trial
Snyder wants resolution as dispute stalls Michigan roadwork; lawsuit seeks damages after abuse linked to Explorer program
Prosecutor who put Jeffrey Willis in prison will lead group; Michigan grants available to clean up scrap tire piles
LANSING — Michigan regulators on Tuesday again extended the deadline for medical marijuana businesses to be licensed, allowing 108 facilities to continue operating while warning that 98 others will be issued cease-and-desist letters if they do not close by the end of the week.
Woman sues Michigan State, says Nassar raped her in 1992; former Detroit IT chief sentenced to 20 months for bribery
Most Michigan schools stayed stable, landing around the same spot on the lists they have for the last couple of years.
Judge's son gets 10-year prison sentence in child porn case; fire burns Michigan GOP lieutenant governor candidate's home
Climate change brings risks, opportunity to ‘Pure Michigan.’
The Michigan Legislature was back to work last week. Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation: