2 hrs ago | WLNS-TV Lansing
A 30-year-old woman could be in front of a judge Monday to face charges for the death of a man believed to be her boyfriend.
5 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
An interview with Eric Scoresone, an economist at Michigan State University, and Michelle Richard, a senior consultant at Public Sector Consultants in Lansing.
7 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
Officials from Republican Gov. Rick Snyder's administration are planning to travel across the state this week to take suggestions and answer questions from Michigan residents.
8 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
It's no secret that Michigan's been in a bit of an economic rough patch. For black Michiganders, the downturn has hit even harder.
10 hrs ago | MLive.com
With the wind blowing sand over time, a sign of The White River Township Barrier Dunes Sanctuary has submerged into the sand as seen here on April 14, 2013.
14 hrs ago | Michigan Radio
If you think about states known for distilled spirits such as bourbon and whiskey, you might think about Kentucky or Tennessee.
Americans may be living longer, but our retirement plans aren't keeping up. Which means people are living longer with smaller bank accounts.
Quantrez Sawyer was a security officer in Detroit three years ago, but he wasn't earning enough to live outside his mother's house and support his three children.
Hundreds of miles and thousands of dollars later, the "Michigan Stilt Walker" is wrapping up his latest trek across the state.
Like other small- and medium-sized airports, Flint's Bishop Airport has lost flights and had fewer seats available during the last five years.
KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER: Millennials appreciate Michigan's place-making efforts, writers Natalie Burg, but the state won't have much success selling itself to young talent with outdated attitudes on social issues such as gay marriage.
Sheriff's deputies arrested a southwestern Michigan man after finding him driving a farm tractor on a county road while drunk.
Plans to tear down an old fudge shop to make way for an inn along Mackinac's bustling Main Street... School official Cheryl Roland says police made the arrest around 9:20 a.m. Saturday.
Millions of dollars from a petroleum tax have been diverted to plug holes in the state budget and pay interest on debt, Michigan's auditor general said Friday.
Gov. Rick Snyder's administration has claimed the once-secret "skunk works" education reform project was not a government-sanctioned work group, but newly obtained administration correspondence suggests otherwise.
Consumers Energy and Michigan Saves are hosting a free conference to help commercial property owners become more energy efficient.
A tiny insect with a voracious appetite has found its way to Metro Detroit and soon could pose a big threat to Michigan's fruit and vegetable crops.