CBS 62's 'Eye On The Future: Driving Innovation In Mobility' Special Airs SaturdayDetroit has always been known as the Motor City but in recent years has been becoming a global center for the development of Mobility in the transportation industry as well as other areas in people’s lives.
Gov. Snyder Calls Special Elections To Fill Conyers' SeatRep. John Conyers' resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.
Gov. Rick Snyder Cites 'Significant' Concerns Over PipelineMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he has "significant" long-term concerns after the company that operates twin oil pipelines in a Great Lakes waterway told state officials it found additional gaps in pipeline coating.
Snyder Signs Bill To Allow Electric Bicycles On TrailsThe Michigan Environmental Council says the laws will encourage healthier lifestyles and reduce vehicle emissions.
Snyder Signs $56.5 Billion Michigan BudgetSnyder says the budget "will make a difference" in people's lives.
Snyder, House Speaker Discuss Job-Creation IncentivesThe private meeting comes a day before lawmakers hold a rare voting session amid a summer recess.
Snyder Heads To Europe In Bid To Boost Trade, Lure BusinessHis weeklong jaunt starts Saturday and takes him to France, Germany and Italy.
Businessman Throws Hat In For Michigan Governor, Plans To Work 80 Hours A WeekThanedar says he would give incentives to good corporations who bring jobs to Michigan and "would hold them accountable."
State: Keeping Expanded Medicaid Costs $800M Under GOP BillTop officials in Gov. Rick Snyder's administration say it could cost Michigan up to $800 million a year to keep the state's Medicaid expansion program under Trumpcare.
Snyder Joins National Call To Lower U.S. Flags On Memorial DayGov. Rick Snyder has ordered all U.S. flags in Michigan to be lowered in observance of Memorial Day.
Snyder: Moving Teachers To 401(k) May Cost Less Than ThoughtMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder says transition and other costs that would come with closing the pension system to newly hired teachers may be lower than estimated previously.
Snyder Calls For Changing Michigan School Accountability LawSnyder wants the state and K-12 districts to try to turn around chronically low-performing schools without closing them.