More For Roads, School Safety, Savings in Michigan Budget DealGov. Rick Snyder's administration and key lawmakers struck a budget deal Thursday.
How Much Is Michigan Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Schuette Worth?Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette on Thursday voluntarily issued a financial disclosure statement showing personal assets totaling more than $13 million.
Michigan Matters: Talk Of Mackinac, Elections And BusinessIn advance of 1,700 folks making their annual pilgrimage to Mackinac for the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Policy Conference, three high profile leaders from organizations got together to highlight issues that will dominate that confab.
Michigan Lawmakers Advance Legislation On Mandated ReportersSports coaches, the types of paid employees who allegedly learned Larry Nassar was molesting gymnasts and other athletes before the sexual abuse scandal broke,.
Democrats running for governor to have 2 televised debatesMichigan's three Democratic candidates for governor will meet for two televised debates.
Michigan Lawmakers Fight Over Mandated Reporters Post-NassarMichigan lawmakers are at odds over a decision to scale back the proposed expansion of the state's mandatory reporter law after the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal.
Conyers III Short Of Valid Signatures For BallotThe son of former U.S. Rep. John Conyers will not have his name printed on the Aug. 7 Democratic primary ballot to replace his father.
Michigan Matters: Small Business Simmers in the Motor CitySmall business is booming in the Motor City with more entrepreneurs setting up new companies.
Senate Bills Would Allow More Spending On Parks, TrailsMichigan Senate passed a proposed constitutional amendment to ensure local governments would get a slice of a robust state trust fund for projects such as trails and parks.
Michigan Lawmakers Have Extra Revenue To BudgetGov. Rick Snyder and lawmakers will have hundreds of millions of dollars more to budget than they expected at the turn of the year.
Michigan Senate Candidate Uses Missile In 1st Television AdRepublican U.S. Senate candidate John James of Michigan is highlighting his military combat experience in his campaign's first TV ad.
New Michigan Law Makes It Harder For Candidate To Request RecountPolitical candidates who lose big won't be able to seek a recount under a new law signed by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder.