Court: Michigan Sex Offender Rules Cannot Be RetroactiveThe reversal means significant changes to Michigan's sex offender registry law cannot be applied retroactively to potentially thousands of sex offenders.
Gov. Snyder Seeks To Undo Court Order In Flint Water ProbeSnyder says the Aug. 17 order by a Genesee County judge has "tied the hands of state employees" to protect the public.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Reading On The Riverfront And Race For The White HouseThousands of young students from Metro Detroit have been dazzled by luminaries from business, sports and politics reading to them all summer long.
Naked Donald Trump Statues Pop Up In Cities Across The USIt's Donald Trump like he's never been seen before.
Appeals Court Rejects Bid To End Straight-Party Voting In MichiganBut Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette isn't giving up the fight.
Senate Plans Hearing On New Environmental Quality DirectorThe selection of the former oil and gas lobbyist has drawn criticism from Democrats and environmentalists.
Donald Trump Plans Campaign Rally Near Lansing FridayTickets are available for the event at the Summit Sports and Ice Complex in Dimondale.
Michigan Spends More Than $2M So Far On Flint Water ProbeIn July, the State Administrative Board approved Attorney General Bill Schuette's request for $3.4 million more.
Top Michigan Republicans Not Entirely In Trump's CornerEndorse him and be accused of condoning rhetoric that detractors say makes him unfit. Withhold support and risk alienating GOP voters.
Straight-Party Voting Ban Gets Attention Of Appeals CourtAttorney General Bill Schuette filed an emergency appeal after a judge in Detroit suspended the law, saying it violates the rights of black voters.
In Metro Detroit, Clinton Portrays Trump Economic Plans As Handouts For RichThe Democratic presidential nominee made a campaign stop at a manufacturing facility in Warren.
In Michigan, Clinton To Portray Trump Economic Plans As Handouts For RichThe goal of her speech Thursday afternoon at manufacturing company in Warren, Michigan, was to play up her focus on job development, public works projects and tax policy while trying to undercut the celebrity businessman's approach.