Michigan is one of only 11 states where parents and guardians do not need to inform anyone that they are homeschooling their child. Some lawmakers would like to change that.
A federal lawsuit alleging that the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority ignored repeated demands from the state to remediate PFAS contamination found at the location and nearby residential communities was sent back to state court this week.
DELTA TOWNSHIP – Enbridge Energy took a critical step toward building the proposed Line 5 tunnel beneath the Straits of Mackinac and relocating its aging pipeline, with the Public Service Commission approving its application on Friday for the controversial project.
Jonathan Byrd, a former labor leader and lobbyist facing trial on one count of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct against a woman during a political fundraiser, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of aggravated assault.
Members of the Public Service Commission approved the second rate increase for DTE Energy Company in a little more than a year on Friday, with a roughly 6.4 percent increase in average residential customer bill expected.
A St. Johns-area Catholic church that sued the state and Attorney General Dana Nessel over new protections for sexual orientation and gender identity in the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act has filed an appeal in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after losing its case in federal district court.
The last year was a period of missed opportunities for bipartisan legislative work, Senate Minority Leader Aric Nesbitt said Monday, with the Democratic majority ramming through a string of policies he believes will hurt Michigan families and businesses.
The respective parties battling for years over whether the Legislature can an amend a voter-initiated law it adopted in the same legislative term will soon be able to make their final arguments before the Michigan Supreme Court.
Clifford Frost, one of 16 Republican operatives charged with forgery and acting as false electors for former President Donald Trump in the wake of the 2020 election, is now suing Attorney General Dana Nessel to prevent her from continuing the criminal case in state court.
The Department of Attorney General and local law enforcement arrested nine people in a warrant sweep of wanted subjects, who are now charged either operating as a builder without a license or fraud against the Unemployment Insurance Agency, the department announced Monday.