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.
Here’s what’s making news around Michigan today:
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.
With the state Legislature holding intermittent sessions during the general election campaign season, the Roll Call Report continues its review of key votes from the 2017-18 session.
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday vetoed bills that would have exempted additional aircraft parts from state taxes, citing concerns about the $4 million impact on Michigan's budget.
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:
A judge has cleared the way for possibly thousands of people to be paid for work performed while they were students at a chain of cosmetology schools in Michigan and two other states.
EAST LANSING — Michigan State University has seen an increase in reports of sexual misconduct and officials are taking longer to investigate, according to university records.
A mission to rebuild the depleted wolf population at Isle Royale National Park is getting underway in Michigan and Minnesota, as specialists prepare to trap predators on the mainland and fly them to the Lake Superior archipelago.
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.