Michigan Gets $1.25M From Feds to Upgrade Shooting RangesA federal agency has approved $1.25 million in funding to help Michigan improve its shooting ranges.
Authorities: Woman, 5-Year-Old Son Dead After Michigan FireAuthorities say a woman and her 5-year-old son have died following fire in mid-Michigan.
MSU Health Physicist Charged with BestialityMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has charged a man with two counts of bestiality.
Senate Approves $100M For Gov. Rick Snyder's Marshall Plan Gov. Rick Snyder's Marshall Plan for Talent has been granted $100 million in funding from the Michigan Senate.
Group Submits Signatures For Paid Sick Leave In MichiganMichigan workers would receive mandatory sick days under an initiative filed Tuesday that could appear on the November ballot.
Michigan Seeks Sponsors For State Park Centennial ObservanceOfficials are looking for partners and sponsors to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Michigan state park system.
Protesters arrested after refusing to leave Michigan CapitolPolice say more than a dozen protesters have been arrested after refusing to leave the rotunda of the Michigan Capitol.
Michigan Family Reunited with Dog Found 4 Years Later in Ohio A Lansing man thought it might be a prank when he received a call telling him his family's dog had been found in Toledo
Michigan Court Orders Board to OK Prevailing Wage Repealhe Michigan Court of Appeals has ordered the certification of initiated legislation to repeal a law that requires that "prevailing" wages.
Flint Plans to Take the State of Michigan to Court Over Decision to Stop Water DistributionThe city of Flint plans to take the State of Michigan to court over the water crisis. This comes just 10 days after Governor Rick Snyder announced that the state was shutting down water distribution centers throughout the city.
Governor Snyder Calls for Upgrading Security at SchoolsMichigan would spend $20 million to upgrade security at up to 400 schools, expand a tip line that lets students report threats and require schools to incorporate behavioral health assessments into their procedures under a plan Gov. Rick Snyder outlined on Monday.
Flint Water Protestors Invade State CapitolNoisy protesters angry at Governor Rick Snyder's decision to close the last four free bottled water sites in Flint converged on the state Capitol to demand better efforts to provide clean water.