Flint Joins $641M Deal To Settle Lawsuits Over Lead-Tainted WaterThe city's insurer would kick in $20 million as part of a sweeping deal to settle lawsuits against Flint, the state of Michigan and other parties.
Perles, Citing Health, Resigns As Michigan State TrusteeGeorge Perles resigned as a member of Michigan State University's governing board after nearly 12 years
Thanedar Touts Work In Science In 1st Ad Of Governor's RacePolitical newcomer Shri Thanedar is touting his career as a scientist in the first TV ad of the Michigan governor's race.
Roadway Named To Honor Michigan Deputy Who Died During ChaseA stretch of highway in Michigan is being named to honor an Ingham County sheriff's deputy who died during a 2014 chase.
Snyder Appointee Contradicts Him On Legionnaires' OutbreakDid Gov. Rick Snyder lie under oath before Congress about when he knew about the deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak in the Flint area?
Snyder Speaks Out Against Hate After Virginia Violence"Hate speech and violence are not welcome in Michigan — it's not representative of who Michiganders truly are or of the future we want to build for our children," Snyder said on Monday.
Report: Michigan To Face $2B Budget Squeeze In General FundTax cuts, increased road construction, past economic development incentives and other factors will combine to reduce or divert state revenue by $2 billion annually in just over four years.
Snyder's China Trip Lands Jobs, Promotes Detroit And MichiganGov. Rick Snyder has wrapped up a week-long trade mission to China and is returning to Michigan.
Basketball's Best Players To Take The Court On Michigan-Made FloorsBasketball courts made from northern hard maple, and constructed in Michigan's upper peninsula, will be used for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain.
Gov. Snyder Learns About "Bridges Of The Future" At Lawrence TechLawrence Technological University is working with the Michigan Department of Transportation to develop longer-lasting bridges.
Michigan Robotics Week Kicks Off With Industry Executive ForumMichigan's fifth annual Robotics Week kicked off Tuesday with a new event, the Michigan Robotics Industry Executive Forum. Organized by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, the day-long event drew more than 100 business leaders and technology innovators to the Maneuver Collaboration Center on the General Dynamics Land Systems campus in Sterling Heights.
Road Commissions Looking To Lawmakers For Extra CashSome local communities say they're running out of cash to clear the roads. So, will the state offer any help?
Gov. Snyder Gearing Up For Re-electionGovernor Rick Snyder will seek re-election... making it official on a tour across the state on Monday.
Gov. Snyder Delivers State Of The State AddressEducation, jobs, healthcare, immigration and income growth among the many topics addressed by Gov. Snyder during his fourth State of the State address.
Michigan Gets Millions In Federal Funds For EducationAn early Christmas gift to Michigan: the state is awarded millions of dollars in "Race to the Top" federal funding.