Dozens of alcohol-breath devices back in service in Michigan
LANSING — A state senator is under fire Wednesday after telling a female reporter she should stick around at the Capitol because a group of high school students from an all boys school, touring the Capitol, could “have a lot of fun” with her.
LANSING — A group launched a 2020 ballot initiative Tuesday to expand Michigan’s civil rights law to include anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people, a step that would put the issue to voters if the Republican-led Legislature does not pass the measure.
CORUNNA (AP) — Michigan State Police on Monday revealed details in the slaying of a man whose mutilated body was found late last year in the home of his suspected killer.
LANSING (AP) — As promised, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed legislation Thursday that would have ended Michigan's ban on using bait to hunt deer or elk, saying the restriction is needed to curb the spread of animal diseases such as chronic wasting disease.
LANSING — Michigan on Tuesday sued four companies over the deadly painkiller epidemic, becoming what state Attorney General Dana Nessel said is the first state to sue major opioid distributors under a liability law that is typically used to go after drug dealers.
LANSING (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed legislation to ensure that Michigan's 6% sales and use taxes are collected on more items sold through websites such as Wayfair, Overstock and Amazon.
LANSING — A bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers sent a letter to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday urging her to declare a state of emergency for the entire Lake Michigan shoreline.
LANSING — The Michigan House on Wednesday night unanimously approved a budget plan spearheaded by state Rep. Greg VanWoerkom, R-Norton Shores, requiring the Legislature to present a budget to the governor by July 1 each year.
LANSING — When $525,000 in state funding was cut from a popular school truancy program she runs to help students in rural northeastern Michigan, Dorothy Pintar held off as long as possible on reducing staff.
CRYSTAL ROCK, Ohio — From his lakefront dock in Crystal Rock, 70 miles west of Cleveland, Dean Koch still gleefully reminisces on his career as a commercial fisherman in the heyday.