Police: Amber Alert was fake, infant was never in any danger; man, parents died in Hastings shootings, police say
Polls across the state are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today.
Rather than votes, this report contains some interesting or noteworthy recent bill introductions.
Two sets of 24-year-old identical twins had their first date together, became engaged at the same time and are now preparing to tie the knot in Michigan this weekend.
The nearly 150-year-old official newspaper for the Archdiocese of Detroit is set to become an online-only publication.
Parents arrested in neglect death of 10-month-old daughter; vice president to unify Republicans after Michigan primary
49 cases of dog flu in 6 counties confirmed since July 13; Indianapolis man struck in Michigan construction zone dies
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Michigan can't eliminate straight-party voting, saying that preventing voters from checking a single box to vote for all of a party's candidates would lead to long lines at the polls and discriminate against blacks, who tend to use the straight-party option at a higher rate.
Michigan lends aid to Western states battling wildfires; storms dump heavy rain on Detroit area, spawn weak tornado
Michigan auctioning tax-foreclosed properties in 8 counties; Grand Rapids City Commission picks new city manager
SPRING LAKE — Voters had one more chance to meet the four Republican candidates running for the state Senate seat representing Ottawa County ahead of next week’s primary election.
State Supreme Court revives lawsuit over police fingerprint policy; Terri Land, husband settle campaign complaint for $66,000
Schools can ban gun-toting visitors, Michigan’s top court says; 2 communities told to stop using contaminated water
MSU suing insurers over Nassar claims coverage; ICE jail contract protest interrupts Kent County board meeting