Seventy-eight new Michigan State Police recruits will be graduating this Friday and many of them will cover posts in cities facing high crime rates.
State police say an annual enforcement crackdown on motorists who fail to use seat belts and child safety seats led to 8,050 citations — down about 1,000 from 2011.
Michigan State Police are looking for two men who preyed on a man whose car broke down on a Detroit freeway overnight.
A man is in the hospital after being shot while driving along the northbound Lodge north of the Davison.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a supplemental budget bill that includes money to train more state troopers and fight crime.
A new study shows that many drivers believe it’s important for other drivers to hang up their cell phones behind the wheel.
Macomb County will be a test site for a new method of preventing crime and traffic crashes.
State Police say their stepped up enforcement over the holidays resulted in thousands of traffic stops and more than 300 drunk driving arrests.
State police said Wednesday that four of the deaths involved alcohol, and three victims were pedestrians.
Michigan State Police will be taking part in a national campaign to crack down on drunken and unbelted driving over the pre-Christmas weekend.