MSP: Best Halloween Safety Tips For ParentsThe Michigan State Police Department has some safety tips for parents on Halloween. 
State Police Unit To Focus On Illegally Prescribed OpioidsThe Michigan State Police has announced a new task force that will look into medical professionals suspected of illegally distributing controlled substances, like opioids.
Eastbound I-94 At Little Mack Reopens After Fatal CrashEastbound I-94 at Little Mack in Roseville has reopened after a fatal crash.
MSP Find Stolen Pistol, Pills Hidden In Vehicle During Detroit Traffic StopDuring a traffic stop in Detroit, Michigan State Police found a stolen pistol, pills and cash.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day: Safely Dispose Of Unused, Unwanted Medications At MSP PostsThe Michigan State Police is asking residents to dispose of expired, unused and unwanted pills during National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, Oct. 26.
MSP: Second Phase Of Roadside Drug Testing Pilot Begins TodayMichigan State Police announced the Oral Fluid Roadside Analysis Pilot Program begins Oct. 1.
State Trooper Charged With Misdemeanor In Fatal CrashA Michigan State Police trooper has been charged with a misdemeanor in a fatal crash.
2019-2020 Registration Now Open For STEP ProgramThe Michigan State Police announced Friday that registration is now open for the Student Tools for Emergency Planning program.
MSP Mobile: State Police Launches Free Smart Phone Mobile AppMichiganders can now download a free mobile app to follow the Michigan State Police post that covers their area and receive breaking news and information.
State Police Encourages Residents To Take Action To Prepare During Michigan’s Preparedness MonthMichigan residents should prepare for emergencies and disasters by making an emergency plan with their loved ones, building an emergency preparedness kit and learning life-saving skills like first aid and CPR during Michigan’s Preparedness Month, according to the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division.
MSP To Crackdown On Drivers In Metro Detroit Areas WednesdayExtra enforcement will be in Metro Detroit areas Wednesday in order to continue Michigan State Police's campaign to lower speeds, aggressive and distracted texting drivers and reduce crashes.