A federal judge is telling lawyers to return to court Tuesday in a dispute over the state's likely veto of contract concessions approved by Detroit city workers.
Bills to add regulations to Michigan’s voter-approved medical marijuana law are waiting on action from the Legislature when it returns from a two-week spring break.
This week from reWorking Michigan, we look at efforts to facilitate international trade at the Port Huron and Sault Ste. Marie border crossings.
The state of Michigan has signed an agreement with four other states and the federal government to share the work of reviewing proposed offshore wind energy projects.
For going on three years, local organizers have exposed cutting edge ideas in technology, entertainment and design at TEDx Lansing. Now, for the first time, East Lansing organizers are hosting a TED event.
Detroit's chief federal prosecutor says her office wouldn't do anything differently in the investigation of a Michigan militia, despite losing virtually all of the case after a six-week trial.
A week ago, the Lansing Board of Education passed a sweeping proposal to close some schools and re-align others into new configurations.
The “Bold Changes – Smarter Schools” plan keeps high schools open by including seventh and eighth graders and closes several elementary schools.
Interim Superintendent Yvonne Caamal Canul got the school board to support her plan. Her focus is on pre-K through third grade centers.
It’s now Governor Rick Snyder’s decision on whether to repeal Michigan’s motorcycle helmet law.