Here's A Closer Look At Bills Governor Whitmer Signed Into LawGovernor Whitmer signed several House and Senate Bills into law Tuesday. Here's a closer look.
GM Adding 1,200 Jobs In 2 Michigan PlantsGM is adding two shifts and more than 1,200 jobs at two Michigan assembly plants to increase production.
Bills To Regulate Tobacco, Vaping Would Raise Age To 21A new series of bills in Lansing aim to tackle the ongoing vaping epidemic.
Moms Demand Action: Michigan Moms Rally Outside State Capitol For Gun ControlHundreds of Michigan moms took to Lansing Tuesday, calling for discussion and change with gun laws.
Vice President Mike Pence Visits Troy, LansingVice President Mike Pence arrived in Michigan earlier Tuesday for a series of events.
Here's A Closer Look At Bills Whitmer Signed Into LawGovernor Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bills 5187 and 5188 and Senate Bill 455 into law Thursday. Here's a closer look at them.
Whitmer Signs Bills To Strengthen Michigan Small Businesses, LicenseesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill package on Tuesday and also vetoed Senate Bill 294 to ensure Michiganders are protected from shoddy construction.
Rare Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo On Christmas Eve"It's a boy!" The Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, Michigan, welcomed a critically endangered black rhino calf into the world this week a true gift just in time for Christmas.
Jury Convicts Man In Slaying Of Michigan State StudentA man was found guilty of murder Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a Michigan State University student outside an off-campus apartment building.
Michigan Woman Admits To Lying About Being Raped By DeputyProsecutors have reached a plea agreement with a police chief’s wife who admitted to making a false sexual assault complaint against an Eaton County deputy.
Lansing Man Dies 6 Weeks After Being Hit By School BusLansing police say a 60-year-old man has died six weeks after he was struck by a school bus while crossing a city street.
Whitmer: Delaying Medicaid Work Rules Avoids Wasting MoneyGov. Gretchen Whitmer says delaying implementation of work requirements for enrollees in Michigan’s Medicaid expansion program would prevent the state from potentially wasting at least $1 million.
Ex-Lawmakers Sue To Block Michigan’s Legislative Term LimitsEight former Michigan lawmakers filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the state’s legislative term limits law, alleging that they are unconstitutionally blocked from running again by restrictions that prevent voters from backing candidates of their choice.
County Clerks: We’ll Lose Money If Phones Are OK At CourtsCourt clerks around Michigan are criticizing a proposal to allow phones and other electronic devices in courthouses.
Michigan Opens Door To Recreational Pot Sales In DecemberThe state of Michigan is opening the door to the sale of marijuana for recreational use starting in December, which is earlier than expected.