Posted: 10:08 PM William Pollauf was honored Friday by U.S. Rep. Candice Miller, R-Harrison Township.
Updated: 4:14 AM With the State House expected to vote through the last of the right-to-work legislation on Tuesday, state unions held a rally on civil disobedience in Dearborn, Saturday, as a response.
Posted: 5:14 PM The Michigan Supreme Court has ordered ousted Inkster judge Sylvia James to pay $16,500 in costs to the Judicial Tenure Commission.
Updated: 5:07 PM Union leaders say right-to-work defeats have united the labor movement and that unions have never come together so strongly.
Posted: 4:48 PM Auditors say the Michigan State Police hasn't done a thorough job of reviewing how millions of dollars are spent by sheriffs for road patrol and traffic-accident prevention.
Posted: 4:32 PM Group protests right-to-work outside Governor Rick Snyder's office.
Updated: 1:17 PM Unions are planning an even bigger protest for their last chance to keep the legislation from going to the Governor's desk.
Posted: 9:59 PM It's not just the bills that are controversial -- it's the way they were passed.
Posted: 7:00 PM Labor experts say the bills are straightforward, but the long term effect is more complicated.
Posted: 6:02 PM A new study, released Thursday, ranks Michigan third among states in high-tech job growth and Lansing sixth among metro areas
Posted: 3:00 PM Police say it's too early to tell whether any foul play may have been involved.
Posted: 1:52 PM Eight people were arrested during Thursday's right to work protests at the capitol.
Posted: 11:41 AM A bill passed by the Michigan Senate would allow health care providers could use a "moral objection" or "matter of conscience" standard to refuse service to patients.
Posted: 10:01 AM Lansing, East Lansing and four townships hope to share services to have quicker reponse times.
Updated: 12:21 PM There were protests within the House and Senate chambers Thursday afternoon by the lawmakers themselves, but to no avail.
Updated: 8:52 AM The State House has also passed a right to work bill.
Updated: 11:31 PM Dishwasher additives claim they can help, including Finish Power Up.
Updated: 11:24 PM Emotions were high at the Michigan Capitol Building as union workers and leaders protest right to work legislation. They were trying to prevent a vote on the bills. During the protests, Michigan State Police blocked protesters from entering the Capitol for several hours, but protesters did not let that stop them and had demonstrations across town.
Updated: 11:19 PM Republican leaders say they want the bill passed and signed soon, while Democrats say they will do all they can to fight it.
Updated: 11:37 PM The trial of Keith Thibeault, the Portland man charged with the murder and abuse of his three-month-old son, was moved to the circuit court, Thursday, following his preliminary exam in Ionia.
Updated: 7:57 PM Right To Work Passes in Michigan State House by a vote of 58-52.
Posted: 4:31 PM Bills eliminating Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's tax-exempt status has passed both houses of the legislature and will be signed by Governor Snyder.
Updated: 4:32 PM Hundreds flooded the state Capitol, protesting Right to Work legislation.
Updated: 12:55 PM Governor says he'll sign it. Union opposition floods the Capitol.