LANSING — Michigan on Thursday began enforcing the nation's strictest rules for lead in drinking water, a plan that eventually will result in replacing all 500,000 lead service pipes statewide in the wake of the contamination of Flint's supply.
EAST LANSING — Michigan State University's interim president criticized lawyers who represent Larry Nassar's assault victims and suggested that the first woman to go public with her accusations was probably getting a "kickback" from her attorney, according to emails.
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LANSING — Michigan lawmakers are on the cusp of finalizing a $57 billion state budget, in what may be their last major move before a three-month summer recess.
Court strikes conviction, saying support dog was improper; 2 men to stand trial in slaying of 16-year-old West Mich. girl
Court revives lawsuit over wild bus ride with prisoners; forest tent caterpillars damaging many Michigan trees
Michigan Legislature repeals state's prevailing wage law; Andrews University to shutter dairy farm after 100 years
LANSING — Michigan will close one of its 30 prisons to save $19 million in the next budget under a deal struck by lawmakers on Tuesday.
Michigan voters to decide on legalizing recreational pot; DNR officer rescues 1 of 2 kayakers from Lake Michigan
Feds putting more prosecutors in Detroit, West Michigan; Snyder approves nearly $50M for public recreation projects
LANSING — The Michigan fire marshal's office hasn't performed annual safety inspections of churches, theaters, restaurants or other places of public assemblage as required by state law, according to a newspaper investigation.
Group challenges Nestle's state-issued water permit; governor fills vacancy at Michigan appeals court
Michigan governor candidates meet for only joint debate; police officers justified in shooting armed man, prosecutor says
State regulators approve $50M in customer utility bill cuts; prevailing wage bill to proceed after court declines appeal