Nine of Michigan's smaller airports, five of which are in the Upper Peninsula, could see commercial flights to their airfields end under President Donald Trump's proposed budget, prompting bipartisan concern from Michigan's congressional delegation.
If the rollout of a new prescription drug tracking system continues to go well, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley said today that would make it "easier" to pass legislation mandating its use to fight against opioid addiction and abuse.
A dive crew that shot Line 5 pipeline video under the Mackinac Straits say they are concerned suspended portions of the line could be ripped in half by the anchor of a troubled ship, causing a light crude spill into the Great Lakes.
At what age should a criminal defendant be considered an adult, facing trial in adult courts and, if convicted, sentenced to a prison with adult inmates?
Michigan is one of only seven states that still considers offenders to be adults at age 17.
Air pollution is not just a big city problem. Yes, Detroit led the state in the number of days with unhealthy levels of "particulate matter pollution" in the air, when the Environment Michigan Research & Policy Center released today a new report on air pollution nationwide.
Two lawmakers want the state to reject the Nestlé company's request to increase bottled water production at its well near Evart from 250 gallons per minute (gpm) to 400 gpm.
The Michigan Public Health Advisory Commission today released a report to Gov.
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe is going to federal appellate court in an attempt to join a six-year-old suit the Bay Mills Indian Community has been litigating against the state, over their attempt to run a casino on land more than 100 miles from their reservation.
Alleging the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has overstepped its authority by requiring education for parents who would opt out of having their children vaccinated, lawmakers in the House and Senate this week introduced bills to "restore parental rights."
State money for a $12 million emergency sewer bypass around the Fraser sinkhole could emerge from the Legislature, but not until April 18, at the earliest, after the House scrapped the Senate's idea of creating a $5 million loan in favor of a $3 million grant.