Poll: US Teens Disillusioned, Divided By PoliticsLike adults, the poll reveals deep divisions along familiar lines, too.
Coleman Young II Officially Announces Run For Detroit Mayor's OfficeState Sen. Coleman A. Young II says he will run for Detroit's mayor -- a job his father held for 20 years.
Unlike Colleagues, Michigan Congressman Embraces Town Halls"It's my duty to be here," Rep. Justin Amash, 36, said Thursday after taking pointed questions for 90 minutes during a raucous session inside a gymnasium in Battle Creek.
Former House Speaker Predicts 'Obamacare' Won't Be RepealedHe says: "Republicans never ever agree on health care."
Income Tax Cut Defeated In Republican-Led Michigan HouseThe 52-55 vote at 1:45 a.m. — three short of the minimum number needed to move the bill to the GOP-led Senate — came after the measure again underwent revisions.
Michigan Lt. Gov. Calley Completes Trade Mission To Mexico“Helping companies connect with new customers will result in more jobs for Michiganders..."
House GOP Scales Back Income Tax Cut Plan, Waits To VoteMichigan House Republicans are no longer calling for the tax to be phased out entirely over decades.
Customers Question Privacy Issues Surrounding DTE's Smart MetersA hearing in Lansing Tuesday pitting energy customers against DTE Energy and Consumers Energy's evolving technology.
University Presidents Lobby Against State Income Tax Cut PlanThe leaders of Michigan's 15 public universities are lobbying against an income tax cut they worry would lead to state funding cuts.
Americans On Presidents Day: Admiration, Fear Mark HolidayThe United States on Monday marks Presidents Day.
Snyder Sets Special Election To Fill Detroit-Area House Seat After Criminal CaseSnyder says he wanted to hold the special election as soon as possible but also not schedule a separate election just for the seat.
Should Michigan Require Full-Day Kindergarten? Lawmaker Introduces BillNo more AM and PM groups. If one Michigan lawmaker gets his way, kindergartners would be in school all day long.