Township clerk withdraws from Michigan secretary of state race; police officer pleads no contest after accidental gun firing in gym
Dad charged after 2-year-old shoots, wounds self in Detroit; man convicted of sexual assaulting fellow plane passenger
Schuette picks former state Rep. Lisa Lyons as running mate; unemployment rate falls to 4.3 percent in July
Michigan to enforce sales tax on more online retailers; officials seek blood tests for people exposed to chemicals
Secret Service dog bites woman during Pence's Michigan visit; State House hopeful jailed election day on pollution charge
Rather than votes, this report contains some interesting or noteworthy recent bill introductions.
ANN ARBOR (AP) — Just how tiny is the world's smallest computer?
The Michigan Corrections Department is spending millions of dollars on mandatory overtime due to a shortage of guards at the state's only prison for women and a policy that keeps men out of certain posts.
2 Michigan swine flu cases among 1st detected in US in 2018; Detroit-area financial adviser accused of embezzling $3.7M
2 new exotic species identified in the Great Lakes; judge dismisses 2003 lawsuit over Dow dioxin contamination
Strong feelings about President Donald Trump, a competitive governor's race and congressional retirements fueled what probably was record turnout for a Michigan primary.
Larry Nassar appeals his other sentence for sexual assaults; Michigan attorney set to be first Muslim woman in Congress
Judge agrees to no new trials for Jeffrey Willis; West Michigan parents charged in neglect death of 10-month-old
Heavy voter turnout and delays in counting ballots Tuesday made it difficult to determine who would fill the congressional seat that retired Democratic Rep. John Conyers held for more than five decades.
Former Democratic legislative leader Gretchen Whitmer and Republican state Attorney General Bill Schuette won the nominations for Michigan governor on Tuesday, besting five other candidates who were also vying to succeed term-limited GOP Gov. Rick Snyder.