Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller, already feeling slighted that Lansing wasn't helping her community with a massive sinkhole in Fraser estimated at costing $100 to $150 million to repair, unleashed on Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof (R-West Olive) for his chamber turnin
Private schools could get a piece of $250,000 in state grants for a robotics programs and the Science Olympiad under a K-12 budget that cleared the House K-12 Appropriations Subcommittee this morning.
A gubernatorial panel has a plan to get Michigan to double its recycling rate, but it's going to cost the state approximately $17 million annually, with a one-time cost of $2 million.
Compounding the ongoing snafu in the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA), another class-action suit has been brought against the state in the Court of Claims, claiming the agency has not stopped seizing wages from Michiganders who had their cases improperly adjudicated by the UIA's faulty fraud-d
The Michigan Association of State Universities (MASU) held a press briefing today at which it expressed concerns over the Legislature possibly cutting into the 2.5 percent increase for higher education that Gov. Rick Snyder recommended in his 2018 budget.
All 28 Michigan community colleges would see at least a 2.5 percent funding increase in Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 under a spending plan that moved out of a Senate Appropriations subcommittee this morning.
The U.S. House Republicans' replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) "shifts significant financial risk and cost from the federal government to the states" and ends Michigan's expanded Medicaid program, wrote Gov.
A few local school districts with Native American mascots and names said they haven't faced nearly any negative blowback, including some bearing the nickname “redskins.”
A mother of four, Tara Nikolao, who was suing the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) over its vaccination waiver had her suit tossed out in late February from federal district court in Detroit.
The county with highest percentage of kids up to 6 years old with notably high blood lead levels in 2015 wasn't Genesee County, where a quarter of its population lives in America's new symbol for lead poisoning -- Flint.