Rising water is in the forecast along some already flooding Lower Peninsula rivers as rain falls on saturated watersheds.
The state says Michigan's unemployment rate fell 0.3 percentage points to 8.5 percent in the latest month, as number of people working rose while the number of jobless people shrank.
State health officials say an 87-year-old Livingston County man is the 19th person from Michigan to die as a result of contaminated steroids supplied by a Massachusetts pharmaceutical company.
Michigan's Unemployment Insurance Agency is taking back its decision to only attend administrative insurance fraud hearings when large sums of money are at risk.
State lawmakers are taking up several bills that have animal rights groups either cheering or sneering.
A state House committee is going to work on a $1.6 billion plan to pay for road repair and maintenance.
State House Democrats spent “tax day” pushing a plan to repeal several state tax policies.
State officials say they don’t expect they’ll have to lay off employees due to the loss of 150 million dollars in federal funds this year and next.
A presidential permit will allow the state of Michigan to wrap up a deal with Canada to build a new international bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor-Ontario.
The campaign to block wolf hunting in Michigan was dealt a setback Thursday.
With the tax filing deadline right around the corner, Michigan Democrats are attacking what they call unfair Republican tax policies.
The state would change its high school graduation requirements under a plan in the state House.
A set of bills was just introduced in the Legislature to begin the process of overhauling Michigan’s public defender system.
Governor Rick Snyder says he hopes to reach a bipartisan deal soon with the Legislature that would generate more than a billion dollars to pay for fixing roads.
The Michigan Department of Human Services would lose more than a thousand workers under a plan in the state House.
Governor Rick Snyder says he’s ready to negotiate with skeptical Republicans on expanding the state’s Medicaid program.
State House Democrats say they want to spend an additional half billion dollars on public education and cut taxes for middle-class families.
Officials say 20 governments around Michigan are getting a share of more than $39,000 to fund river, stream, and creek cleanup events.
A lawmaker is skeptical of changes to legislation giving the state control over more of Michigan's worst schools.
State lawmakers return from a two-week break next week. One of the most pressing issues they’ll need to tackle is funding for roads.
Supporters of a plan to overhaul the state’s public defense system are getting a boost from a recent court decision.
Michigan State University says the U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $125 million to the East Lansing school and to the University of Wisconsin to continue their work on advanced biofuels.
The Michigan Supreme Court says it will consider the legality of a city's zoning ordinance that prohibits the use, manufacture or cultivation of medical marijuana.
The Mackinac Bridge is being lit blue at night for the rest of April as part of an autism awareness campaign.
Michigan has launched a new website to educate athletes, parents and coaches about the symptoms and consequences of sports concussions.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Great Lakes levels probably will remain below average for the next six months but won't set records unless the weather is unusually dry.
An Ingham County judge says groups hoping to repeal Michigan’s new right-to-work law can move forward with their lawsuit.
A lawsuit aimed at repealing Michigan’s new right-to-work law will have its first day in court Wednesday.
A state report says physical hazards remain in the former copper mining region of Michigan's western Upper Peninsula.
Some Republican Michigan lawmakers are seeking to ban local governments from putting in place paid sick leave mandates.