Governor Rick Snyder's administration is asking lawmakers to quickly authorize spending $31 million to help run an online marketplace where hundreds of thousands of people can start shopping for health insurance later this year.
Several groups including Michigan State Police and Michigan's Mothers Against Drunk Driving are urging lawmakers to maintain the state's 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content driving threshold.
Two preliminary examination dates have been set for a man charged with terrorism in a shooting spree that targeted motorists along a highway corridor in four Michigan counties.
The National Weather Service says up to a foot of fresh snow is in the forecast for parts of Michigan.
Indiana environmentalists are pressing their state's regulators to impose tough conditions on Enbridge Energy's plans to replace 50 miles of oil pipeline near Lake Michigan.
Michigan's Democratic congressional delegation wants to replace the long-time chairman of the state Democratic Party.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may take another look at placing structures at the bottom of the St. Clair River to boost water levels in Lakes Huron and Michigan.
A former Jackson County judge accused of dismissing traffic tickets issued to his wife and court staff without just cause has pleaded guilty to four misdemeanor counts of willful neglect of duty.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is warning residents to be on the lookout for potential used car buying scams.
Governor Rick Snyder has ordered U.S. flags lowered Thursday for the funeral of a 38-year-old western Michigan soldier who was fatally injured in an insurgent attack in Afghanistan.
A waiting list to buy power from competitors to Michigan's two dominant utilities is growing significantly.
A Senate committee is expected to take up a bill this week that would expand DNA testing in Michigan.
A new report says more than a half-million Michigan children lived in poverty in 2011.
Labor unions and the ACLU of Michigan say the state's right-to-work law should be struck down because people were locked out of the Capitol when the bills were initially passed.
A federal judge says all Michigan inmates serving no-parole sentences for murder committed as juveniles are entitled to a chance at release.
A still-developing plan to raise more than $1 billion a year for road maintenance could give Michigan voters a direct say in the issue.
Michigan's attorney general is supporting a lawsuit filed by Domino's Pizza founder Tom Monaghan challenging mandatory contraception coverage in the federal health care law.
Bill Schuette says he filed a brief this week in U.S. District Court in Detroit.
Some Michigan lawmakers are looking to remove an age limit for judges.
A legislative committee has approved bills to overhaul Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan that don't include abortion provisions that led Republican Gov. Rick Snyder to veto the measure in December.
The Michigan State Police spent an extra $900,000 on overtime and other expenses to have a large presence at the Capitol during demonstrations against a right-to-work law in December.