What You Should Know About Florida's Vote RecountThe Florida secretary of state announced Saturday afternoon that the razor-thin races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner will be reviewed in a series of recounts.
Snyder Calls For Civility, Doesn't Mention Flint In Address Gov. Rick Snyder has given another pitch for civility in government and politics.
Ocasia-Cortez Can't Afford D.C. Apartment Until Congressional Salary Starts In JanuaryCongresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will not be able to afford a Washington, DC, apartment until her salary kicks in when she assumes office in January, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
Record Number Of Women Elected To The HouseA record number of women are projected to win seats in the House in a massive night for female candidates across the political spectrum.
Michigan Matters: A Celebration of Veterans Day, Wrap Up Election 2018On this Week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain sits down with WWII Veteran Army Staff Sgt. William C. Brown to discuss his incredible life story, including one that involves him engraving his canteen with the locations he was in during the war.
What Gretchen Whitmer Promises To Accomplish As Michigan's Next GovernorThis report documents all Governor-elect Gretchen Whitmer's plans for Michigan.
A Light Shade of Blue: Democrat Wins in Conservative CountyA Democrat has won an election in one of Michigan's most Republican counties.
Michigan Approves Recreational Marijuana, What It MeansMichigan voters have approved a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana, Tuesday night
Cavanagh Wins Supreme Court Race By Very Thin MarginFinal election results show a Michigan Supreme Court justice lost by less than 1 percentage point.
Democrats To Control Oakland County Board Of CommissionersFor the first time in decades, Democrats are in the majority on the Board of Commissioners in Michigan's second-largest county.
Most Voters In Michigan Worried About Nation's Direction Health care and President Donald Trump's performance were important factors for Michigan residents who cast midterm election ballots Tuesday.
Whitmer: Drinking Water, Roads Top Legislative Agenda, Will Consider Forgiving Marijuana CrimesGov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer says her initial legislative priorities will include cleaning up drinking water and fixing the roads.