Michigan law enforcement's drunken driving crackdown over the New Year's holiday has resulted in more than 100 drunken driving arrests.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, people are allowed to fish in the Red Cedar River on Michigan State University's campus.
Authorities say a 15th Michigan resident has died as a result of an infection linked to contaminated steroids supplied by a Massachusetts pharmaceutical company.
Michigan health officials have confirmed 338 flu cases at state-run labs as the virus continues to send children and adults to hospitals, doctor offices and urgent care centers.
Michigan's budget director says the state budget picture remains stable despite softer-than-expected economic growth.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says a review team as early as this week could make a recommendation to Gov. Rick Snyder's on whether to order a takeover of the struggling city's finances.
A Michigan commission now has the authority to establish hunting seasons for the gray wolf under a law signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he plans to sign a revised emergency manager bill that replaces a similar law rejected last month by voters.
A bill awaiting Gov. Rick Snyder's signature would require voters to declare their citizenship before getting a ballot.
The state House has passed a controversial right-to-work bill and sent it to the state Senate.
A plan to eliminate $600 million in taxes businesses annually pay on computers and equipment is headed to the Republican-controlled House.
A judge has upheld most aspects of a new law requiring Michigan public school employees to pay more for their pensions.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has brought a racketeering charge against the former president of a mortgage document processing company.
Travelers are crossing Michigan to their holiday travel destinations.
Federal authorities have filed a lawsuit accusing Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway of fraud in a real estate transaction.
A proposal that Gov. Rick Snyder commissioned for overhauling public education in Michigan and change how the state pays for student learning has been released.
Some universities in Michigan say they're taking a wait-and-see approach on how to proceed a day after a federal appeals court threw out the state's voter-approved ban on affirmative action in college admissions.
Michigan State University researchers plan to use a $7.8 million grant from the Seattle-based Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to help African nations improve sustainable farming.
A man arrested in a shooting spree that targeted motorists in southeastern Michigan has pleaded not guilty to eight counts of attempted murder.
Authorities investigating a shooting spree along the Interstate 96 corridor plan to boost patrols Saturday as fans travel to a Michigan State football game.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says water levels on Lakes Michigan and Huron are nearly at record low levels because of drought and evaporation.
Winds gusting to 74 miles per hour have knocked out power to at least 143,000 Michigan homes and businesses as the fringes of superstorm Sandy move through the state.
High winds knocked out power to at least 60,000 Michigan homes and businesses as the effects of the Eastern Seaboard's severe weather moved through the state.
Michigan utility regulators say residential heating bills for natural gas users are expected to be slightly higher this winter due to likely increased consumption.
Michigan is reporting a second straight big drop in unemployment, with the rate down 2.1 percentage points in two months.
A Michigan man whose wife's death was tied to the national outbreak of meningitis says he's in a hospital being treated for the same illness.
A task force of local and state police agencies has met to discuss its effort to track down whoever's responsible for 22 reported shootings in four southeastern Michigan counties over three days.
A judge has ordered two men who worked for a Detroit-area congressman to stand trial in a campaign scandal.
Three Michigan residents have filed suit after allegedly developing fungal meningitis following an injection of a tainted steroid produced by a Massachusetts company.
Data from 700,000 high school students shows a slight drop in graduation rates under Michigan's Merit Curriculum for those entering ninth grade with weak academic skills.