It’s one thing to embrace the body cameras but is quite another to pay for it.
A jury has convicted a 23-year-old Bay City man on an animal killing charge for running over a badly burned schnauzer with his car.
Officials at Sparrow Hospital unveiled a new procedure to help treat heart disease.
The state of Michigan has seen a major increase in licensing for concealed weapons for women over the last five years.
Last year many counties ran out of salt to spread when the roads were icy and funds to purchase more salt.
Michigan’s Department of Transportation will be spending the next month to try and figure out their contract with a rail company in Owosso.
In order to keep growing Michigan’s economy, Congress needs to pass bipartisan trade promotion legislation.
Michigan’s House has finished two days of voting on bills revising how the state regulates gun use and ownership.
The lock and dam on the Des Plaines River is considered a choke point where authorities could prevent the carp from reaching Lake Michigan
A bill making cuts to various state departments was approved with a 26-11 vote on Thursday
Winter-related slips and falls claims doubled in 2013-2014 over the previous year
It is not known if there are any injuries or what caused the accident.
Crews were called to the 3000 block of Churchill in Leslie.
The recall covers the Chrysler 200 with V-6 engines from the 2015 model year.
Labrador retrievers reigned as the nation’s top dog for the 24th year.
More than $60 million in scholarship awards has been given
The resolution would explicitly state that those who are in the state illegally cannot qualify for social welfare benefits.
The number of women statewide who received or renewed concealed pistol licenses rose from 10,862 in 2010 to 25,418 last year