- Kasich's no-nos for Ohio State-Michigan: M's, pleated khakis Updated: Nov-27-15 6:06 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) is again supporting Ohio State in its rivalry against Michigan by encouraging Ohioans to avoid using the letter "M'' Saturday, when the teams meet in Ann Arbor.
- Michigan concealed gun licensing to change next week Updated: Nov-27-15 2:56 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan's 488,000 concealed handgun license holders will soon see a change in how permits are issued.
- Extra state police patrols coming over Thanksgiving holiday Updated: Nov-24-15 5:56 pm
DETROIT - Extra state police patrols are coming to Michigan roads and highways over the Thanksgiving holiday period.
- House Dean Rep. Conyers announces re-election campaign Updated: Nov-23-15 3:36 pm
DETROIT - Michigan Rep. John Conyers declared his candidacy for a 27th consecutive term in Congress on Monday, saying he wants to continue pressing for employment opportunities and universal health care coverage.
- Q&A: Michigan debates increased energy-efficiency programs Updated: Nov-22-15 4:11 am
LANSING, Michigan - A centerpiece of Gov. Rick Snyder's long-range energy plan derives from a simple premise - using less.
- Court: No immunity for medical marijuana users under DUI law Updated: Nov-20-15 4:28 pm
PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday that medical marijuana cardholders don't have immunity from prosecution under a state DUI law that prohibits drivers from having in their bodies any amount of marijuana or its chemical compound that causes impairment.
- Signature gathering to ban fracking in Michigan falls short Updated: Nov-18-15 4:56 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Organizers of an initiative to ban a form of oil and natural gas drilling in Michigan have fallen short in collecting enough signatures to qualify for the 2016 ballot.
- Bill Clinton to speak, receive award at Michigan State Updated: Nov-18-15 5:30 am
EAST LANSING, Michigan - Former President Bill Clinton is visiting Michigan State University to deliver a speech at an event on public service.
- Roadway named in honor of US Army specialist killed in Iraq Updated: Nov-17-15 8:05 am
WHITE CLOUD, Michigan - A roadway in western Michigan is being named in honor of a U.S. Army specialist who was killed in Iraq in 2005.
- Snyder signs legislation to promote financial education Updated: Nov-17-15 7:30 am
LANSING, Michigan - Gov. Rick Snyder says financial literacy courses will help Michigan high school students be better equipped to understand and manage their personal finances.
- Las Vegas data company says it wants to expand in Michigan Updated: Nov-16-15 8:27 pm
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - A Las Vegas company says it plans to build a high-tech data center in western Michigan if state lawmakers approve tax breaks.
- Prosecutor won't charge ex-lawmaker's husband with extortion Updated: Nov-15-15 4:58 pm
LAPEER, Michigan - A prosecutor will not pursue charges against the husband of a lawmaker who sent anonymous text messages threatening to reveal an extramarital affair between his wife and another legislator.
- Q&A: Michigan moves toward renewable power goal, not mandate Updated: Nov-14-15 4:11 am
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan is headed toward no longer requiring utilities to generate a portion of their power from wind or other renewable sources because Gov. Rick Snyder and lawmakers instead favor setting a goal - not a new mandate.
- State's top court won't stop $1.2M verdict for Saginaw nurse Updated: Nov-13-15 1:21 pm
SAGINAW, Michigan - After hearing arguments, the Michigan Supreme Court won't intervene in a $1.2 million verdict for a Saginaw nurse who says he was wrongly fired.
- AP survey: Most Michigan superdelegates back Clinton Updated: Nov-13-15 1:02 pm
DETROIT - Most of Michigan's superdelegates to the Democratic National Convention are backing Hillary Rodham Clinton.
- Gov. Rick Snyder signs law regulating martial arts fights Updated: Nov-12-15 1:32 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed bills regulating mixed martial arts bouts between amateur fighters.
- 'Road Watchers' sought to report on UP highway conditions Updated: Nov-11-15 9:30 am
MARQUETTE, Michigan - The Michigan Department of Transportation is seeking "Road Watchers" to report on winter highway conditions in the Upper Peninsula.
- Michigan Senate votes to eliminate straight-ticket voting Updated: Nov-10-15 6:03 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan voters could no longer cast a straight ticket for a slate of candidates representing the party of their choice under legislation approved by the state Senate.
- Michigan governor signs road-spending bills with tax hikes Updated: Nov-10-15 4:47 pm
ALAIEDON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $1.2 billion road-spending package into law Tuesday that includes the first increase in decades in Michigan's fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees in an attempt to address the deteriorating highways, roads and bridges across the state.
- Michigan lawmaker arrested for drunken driving near Lansing Updated: Nov-10-15 3:48 pm
MARQUETTE, Michigan - A lawmaker from Michigan's Upper Peninsula says he was arrested for drunken driving in the Lansing area and is seeking treatment.
- Michigan Senate votes to move Oakland executive election Updated: Nov-10-15 2:30 pm
LANSING, Michigan - The election of Oakland County's executive would be switched to midterm instead of presidential years under legislation approved by the Michigan Senate.
- House panel votes to ban second-trimester abortion procedure Updated: Nov-10-15 9:55 am
LANSING, Michigan - A Michigan legislative panel has voted to prohibit a common second-trimester abortion procedure that anti-abortion advocates say "dismembers" the fetus.
- Casperson announces run for Congress in northern Michigan Updated: Nov-09-15 5:27 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Republican state Sen. Tom Casperson announced Monday that he's running to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek in Michigan's 1st Congressional District, a competitive seat that the GOP is hoping to retain in 2016.
- Michigan road-fix plan becomes early 2016 campaign issue Updated: Nov-07-15 4:11 am
LANSING, Michigan - No-new-tax Republicans banded together to narrowly pass Michigan's first fuel tax and vehicle registration fee increases in decades, a move Democrats eagerly hope voters will remember in 2016 and after.
- 6 migrant farmworkers killed as bus hits bridge in Arkansas Updated: Nov-06-15 11:53 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - A bus ferrying migrant farmworkers from Michigan to Texas ran off a highway and hit an overpass in Arkansas on Friday, ripping off the roof and ejecting passengers onto the interstate. Six people were killed and six injured; the driver survived.