A new mid-year state budget bill will spend $215 million on road construction and maintenance.
Health insurers in Michigan can no longer offer elective abortion coverage in standard health plans.
The campaign to stop wolf hunts in Michigan says it has enough petition signatures to get a referendum on the November ballot.
Here are school closings for Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties:
State lawmakers will probably double the amount of money they had planned to spend on fixing roads torn apart by nasty weather this winter.
Both sides delivered their closing arguments Friday in the legal challenge to Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The state could soon allow residents dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder to use medical marijuana.
Life without parole used to be the automatic sentence for juveniles who were tried as adults and convicted of first degree murder.
The State House and Senate has not been able to agree on a mid-year budget bill.
The state Senate has approved a bill that would compensate Michigan cities, towns, and counties if a tax on business equipment is repealed.
There is an effort afoot in Lansing to regulate smokeless electronic cigarettes – and ban their sale to minors.
Governor Rick Snyder says the state could do a better job protecting foster children if it changed the way it paid for the service.
The list of Michigan school districts that have budget deficits is shrinking and the list of districts that are getting in the black is growing.
Governor Rick Snyder hopes Michigan’s worsening roads will convince reluctant lawmakers it’s time to spend a lot more money on roads and bridges.
A battle is brewing in Lansing over a shortfall in Michigan’s Medicaid program.
Michigan’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is now on trial before a federal judge.
New legislation in Lansing would make sure local governments don’t take a big hit if voters decide to repeal a tax on business equipment.
A federal judge will hear arguments Tuesday over whether Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional.
There’s a shortfall of more than $100 million in Michigan’s Medicaid program.
Former Michigan Governor William Milliken says more than 350 prison inmates sentenced to life without parole as juveniles deserve a chance at freedom.
Roads being ripped apart by brutal winter weather could soon get some help.
The campaign to raise Michigan’s minimum wage will begin collecting signatures.
The state is ending its exclusive contract with a controversial authority meant to turn around some of the state’s lowest-performing schools.
State lawmakers say they’re concerned about the time and expense of plans to keep the Asian carp out of the Great Lakes.
State lawmakers want to know whether the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is inflating the cost and time it would take to keep invasive species out of the Great Lakes.
The campaign to increase Michigan’s minimum wage has upped its goal to $10.10 an hour in four years.
A bill in Lansing that would let attorneys opt out of membership in the State Bar of Michigan is on hold.
Governor Rick Snyder’s budget chief is leaving the administration to take a job with the University of Utah.
The head of the state’s prison system blames a murderer’s recent escape from an Ionia prison largely on human error.
A state board is getting set to decide whether to strip protections from Michiganders who raise chickens and other livestock in residential areas.