Gov. Rick Snyder is challenging a court order that bars a Flint hospital from contacting state health authorities on any future issue related to the city's water woes.
AAA has a warning for drivers regarding automatic braking systems
If someone calls you claiming to be from the state of Michigan be leary. There's a new phone-scam going around.
Two organizations are vying for future rights to a Boy Scouts' camp in Jackson.
There's important information for students who took out loans with Wells Fargo.
A study released Tuesday shed some light on the skin rashes people complained about after discovering their water was tainted with lead.
Cata's BRT plan faces another hurdle as it sees more opposition from the community.
A roller coaster somehow got stuck at a Pennsylvania amusement park and riders had to be evacuated from the structure, marking the second time a coaster has stopped working at the park in less than a week.
Supporters of the "Scott Sunken Garden are going to ask the Lansing City Council to look at alternative locations for a new Board of Water and Light substation.
The Ingham County health department kicks off its annual back to school health fair.
Grand Rapids is working to cleanup the damage from the tornado that hit Saturday afternoon.
MSU held an open house for the general public to see the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.
Flint is moving forward on an effort to replace old lead and galvanized steel water lines amid the city's crisis with lead-tainted water.
Some great news for people in southwest Lansing. The city announced it's getting a grant to help provide better jobs, food, and housing for the Pleasant Grove Holmes area.
Senior citizens got some special attention on Thursday. It was the 16th annual "capital area senior activities fair".
Reports say the last of three girls injured in a fall from a Ferris wheel at a Tennessee county fair has been released from a hospital.
Grants have been awarded to 20 programs designed to improve access to healthy food for children and senior citizens in southeastern Michigan.
The city of Flint hosted a watch party downtown for Flint native and Olympic boxer Claressa Shields' first bout.
School of choice takes a huge chunk out of the Lansing School Districts student population
A record breaking week for the T.S.A. The Transportation Security Administration says from August 5th to the 11th agents found 78 guns in carry on bags at airports around the nation.
An Upper Peninsula iron ore mine will buy power for 20 years from a utility through an agreement designed to provide a long-term power solution for the region whose residents have faced uncertainty over rate hikes
A fast moving Northern California wildfire has destroyed more than 175 structures and forced thousands to evacuate the area.
Three Jackson churches combined their Sunday service to welcome and affirm minority communities, especially the LGBT community.
MSU's Spartan Stadium played host for a viewing party to watch former Spartan rower compete for the gold in Rio.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky took the stand Friday in an effort to overturn his conviction on child molestation charges.