Conservative Michigan Lawmaker's Wife Reveals Teen AbortionShe went public with her story after someone approached her husband vowing to disclose the information.
Detroit Diesel UAW Local Overwhelmingly Ratify 5-Year ContractThe agreement, ratified Tuesday, includes a $5,000 signing bonus, a $1 wage increase for all classifications.
Lawsuit Challenges Michigan Ban On Straight-Party VotingThe former chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit to try to overturn a law that bans straight-party voting.
Snyder: Budget Deal Is Close, But Some Issues UnresolvedThe House and Senate are at odds over how much to spend on Detroit Public Schools and regulating charter schools in the city.
Clinton In Detroit: Trump Economics Would 'Bankrupt America'The Democratic presidential candidate addressed thousands of union workers gathered in Detroit Monday.
WSU Prof Says Hillary Clinton Has Work Cut Out For Her To Win Michigan VotersWayne State Political Science professor Susan Fino thinks the Democratic front-runner has a battle on her hands in the state where she lost the primary to Bernie Sanders.
Motorcade Travels Across Detroit To Protest ViolenceIn 2012, then-Detroit Mayor Dave Bing proclaimed the 22nd of each month as "No Violence Day in Detroit."
Michigan Matters: Major League Soccer In DetroitWhat are prospects for a MLS team in Detroit and having a new stadium built for it at the controversial Wayne County Jail site?
Michigan Senate May Consider Cap On State Fundraising License PlatesSuch plates have raised millions of dollars since they were introduced in 2001.
Michigan's Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged In AprilMichigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 4.8 percent remained the same in April as it was the previous month.
Snyder, Other Firms Named In NAACP Lawsuit Over Flint's Poisoned WaterThe suit names Gov. Rick Snyder and other officials, along with two firms hired to evaluate water quality.
DPS Transition Manager Fields Questions From Detroit School BoardSteven Rhodes taking questions from board members in the first face-to-face meeting.