Governor Rick Snyder and other Midwestern governors have asked for federal assistance to help ease a shortage of propane gas.
Governor Rick Snyder is officially back on the campaign trail asking Michigan voters to give him another four-year term.
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan is panning legislation that would automatically hold back third graders who fail a state reading test.
The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the right-to-work law applies to 34,000 state civil service workers.
State lawmakers are not likely to pass legislation this year that would boost Michigan’s minimum wage above seven dollars and forty cents an hour.
The state Senate could vote soon on measures that say children who are sold into prostitution would be treated as victims and could not be charged with a crime.
Plans to reduce Michigan’s income tax rate are moving forward in the state Legislature.
Here are the school closings and 2 hour delays for Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would give oil and gas companies a tax break for better utilizing wells.
University of Michigan CLASSES CANCELED
Other Mid-Michigan school closings:
DeWitt Public Schools Fowler Public Schools Meadowland Preschool Ovid-Elsie Area Schools
Pewamo-Westphalia Schools St. Johns Public Schools St. Peter Lutheran
The state is seeing record revenues from Michigan’s medical marijuana program.
A ballot campaign is organizing to give a pay raise to the roughly 90,000 Michigan workers who make the state minimum wage of $7.40 an hour.
Here are the school closings for Ingham, Eaton and Clinton Counties:
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow attorneys to stop paying membership dues to the State Bar of Michigan.
A state House committee opened hearings Thursday on measures that would add Michigan to the list of states formally calling for a national convention to draft a balanced budget amendment to the US Constitution.
Michigan’s unemployment rate dropped .4 percentage points last month to 8.4%.
Bipartisan legislation in Lansing would create a statewide system to evaluate teachers and school administrators.
A state commission is suggesting more resources and better communication would improve mental health services in Michigan.
Michigan’s top transportation official is criticizing state lawmakers for delaying a long-term fix for road funding.
Governor Rick Snyder made another call Monday for civility.
Governor Rick Snyder’s call on lawmakers to boost funding for roads and bridges will probably go unanswered for the third year in a row.
There’s at least one thing Governor Rick Snyder said during his State of the State speech Thursday that teachers unions can get behind.
Governor Rick Snyder is expected to focus on jobs and the economy during his annual State of the State address Thursday.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld a law that requires teachers and public school employees to pay more for their retirement health and pension benefits.
A budget surplus is quelling some fears about school funding in Michigan.
Former Lieutenant Governor Connie Binsfeld has died at the age of 89.
A state budget panel confirmed Friday that Michigan’s improving economy is generating a revenue windfall.
State House Republicans Thursday formally unveiled their priorities for 2014.
The state Legislature is back in action after a four week break for the holidays.