Gov. Rick Snyder
Basketball courts made from northern hard maple, and constructed in Michigan’s upper peninsula, will be used for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain.
Lawrence Technological University is working with the Michigan Department of Transportation to develop longer-lasting bridges.
Michigan’s fifth annual Robotics Week kicked off Tuesday with a new event, the Michigan Robotics Industry Executive Forum. Organized by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, the day-long event drew more than 100 business leaders and technology innovators to the Maneuver Collaboration Center on the General Dynamics Land Systems campus in Sterling Heights.
Some local communities say they’re running out of cash to clear the roads. So, will the state offer any help?
Governor Rick Snyder will seek re-election… making it official on a tour across the state on Monday.
Education, jobs, healthcare, immigration and income growth among the many topics addressed by Gov. Snyder during his fourth State of the State address.
An early Christmas gift to Michigan: the state is awarded millions of dollars in “Race to the Top” federal funding.
A flurry of activity for lawmakers in Lansing, passing a number of bills on their last working day of 2013.
Incredible. Courageous. Honorable… those are words that Michigan political and community leaders are using to describe Nelson Mandela.
“Whatever authority I have to run the city depends on my ability to persuade the governor and the emergency manager that I can improve the quality of life faster than is being done right now,” Duggan said.