Roadway Named To Honor Michigan Deputy Who Died During ChaseA stretch of highway in Michigan is being named to honor an Ingham County sheriff's deputy who died during a 2014 chase.
Ex-Teacher Charged With Soliciting Minor For ProstitutionA former Michigan middle school band teacher acquitted in 2002 of sexual conduct involving a student has been charged in a separate case with soliciting a minor for prostitution.
Judge: Trial Of Michigan Sports Doctor Won't Be MovedLawyers for Dr. Larry Nassar say it will be hard to pick a jury in Ingham County after more than a year of unflattering stories about him.
Police: Teen Shot Outside Lansing SchoolPolice say a 15-year-old girl has been shot outside a Michigan school.
Snyder Signs Bill To Allow Electric Bicycles On TrailsThe Michigan Environmental Council says the laws will encourage healthier lifestyles and reduce vehicle emissions.
Autism Therapy Provider Gets $8M To Stay, Expand In MichiganCentria Healthcare plans to spend $16.5 million to relocate to a larger site in nearby Farmington Hills, adding 1,200 jobs over five years.
Museum Exhibit Tells Of Trout Unlimited Founding In MichiganThe program is called "The River that Changed the World." It opened Saturday at the Michigan History Museum in Lansing and will continue through next summer.
Remains Found In River Identified As Man Missing Since 2005Forensic analysis of his skull found a bullet hole.
Lansing-Area Man Dies After Being Electrocuted By Live WireOfficials say he was stringing up cable when he touched a live wire that knocked him out of a bucket truck and into a tree.
Study: Auto Insurers Illegally Charge Women More In MichiganState law prohibits insurance companies from basing rates on sex or marital status. But an expert for the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault said at least three insurers are doing so.
Man Pleads Guilty But Mentally Ill In Lansing Firefighter's Hit-And-Run DeathDennis Rodeman, 35, was collecting money for charity at the time of his death.
Michigan DNR Takes Applications For Reserved Waterfowl HuntsApplications cost $5 and are being accepted through Aug. 28. Hunters can apply only once. Drawing results will be posted Sept. 18.