Online Voter Registration Bills Near Final OK in MichiganMichigan residents could register to vote online under bills nearing Gov. Rick Snyder's desk.
Snyder Forms New Anti-Fraud Division In Insurance DepartmentMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder has formed a new division to investigate fraud within the auto insurance, health insurance and banking sectors.
Watchdog To Lead Review Of Michigan's Child Welfare SystemMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder appointed the director of an agency that serves as a watchdog of the state's child welfare system to lead a review after a scathing audit of Children's Protective Services, the administration announced Tuesday.
Governor Snyder Orders Flags Lowered For McCain For 5 DaysMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered that U.S. and Michigan flags be lowered to half-staff for five days in honor of the late U.S. Sen. John McCain.
Gov. Snyder Unveils Plans For Broadband Throughout MichiganGov. Rick Snyder has unveiled a plan that would make universal access to high-speed internet available throughout Michiga
Snyder Dropped From Flint Water Crisis Class-Action LawsuitA judge says a class-action lawsuit against Michigan and Flint officials stemming from the city's lead-contaminated water crisis can proceed but has dropped Gov. Rick Snyder and others from the case.
New Education Budget Could Mean School Closures Last fall, Melissa Wriggelsworth said she spent some of her own paycheck to purchase binders for all 18 of her students.
Snyder Education Budget Grants $17 Billion to SchoolsGov. Rick Snyder has signed a $16.8 billion education budget that includes a sizable increase in base aid for lower-funded K-12 districts in Michigan.
Michigan Commits $50M to Building a New Soo LockGov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders on Wednesday committed up to $50 million to upgrade the Soo Locks.
Michigan Close to Finalizing Stricter Lead Rules for WaterGov. Rick Snyder's administration is nearing completion of the country's strictest drinking water rules.
Flint Urges EPA to Intervene in Water Dispute with SnyderThe mayor of Flint is asking the federal government for help after Gov. Rick Snyder suspended meetings of a water advisory group.
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.
Snoop Dogg Plans Return To Flint For Water Crisis Hoops BenefitThe musician plans to team up with former MSU and pro basketball star Morris Peterson for a "Hoop 4 Water" celebrity basketball game.
Schools Remain Open As More Teacher Sickouts ExpectedMore teacher sickouts and protests are expected at Detroit Public Schools.