Scientist discusses early report on PFAS contamination; arson suspected in fires at church in southwestern Michigan
A service was held Monday at a Michigan cemetery for the cremated remains of about 20 military veterans found in a closed Detroit funeral home.
MSU says legal pot vote won't change campus rules; changes proposed in inventory of Michigan forest roads
A rare bird sighting just west of Ann Arbor has lured hundreds of bird watchers from all over the Midwest to Scio Township to view it and take photographs.
The Grand Rapids Police Department is investigating after a body was pulled out of the Grand River on Sunday afternoon.
Health officials urge vaccination after 15 Michigan measles cases; school bus driver drives over injured deer to end suffering
LANSING — A Republican who pushed for passage of right-to-work laws and Medicaid work requirements will lead the Michigan Senate for the next four years.
Governor orders flags lowered to honor victims of bar shooting; Cavanagh wins Michigan Supreme Court race by very thin margin
DETROIT (AP) — Michigan is aiming to build a potentially lucrative industry from the ground up with passage of a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana.
Here’s what’s making news around Michigan today:
LANSING (AP) — Democrat Gretchen Whitmer was elected Michigan's next governor on Tuesday, retaking the office for her party after eight years of Republican control of a state that Donald Trump won by the slimmest of margins.
Candidates crisscross Michigan in final campaign stops; work starts on 2nd phase of Ford airport improvement project
Voters in the State of Michigan will have three proposals on their ballot Tuesday.
Here are some of the stories making news around Michigan today:
Officials in Michigan announced Thursday that the governor has created a team to address funeral home problems after authorities recently found remains of dozens of fetuses at two Detroit funeral homes.