For the first time in more than eight decades, Michigan adults can finally smoke marijuana for recreational purposes without worrying about being thrown in jail. We answer eight commonly asked questions about the new law.
The state police boss is hanging onto her job – for now – after an insult-laced tirade against predominately black NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
Race opponents dominated two hours of comments with impassioned statements about how the beloved park should not remain a billionaire’s private racetrack.
The state is pushing forward with a contract to renew the annual Grand Prix at Belle Isle over concerns about the impact on the environment and recreation.
Coleman Young Jr. said the relationship between his late father and Mike Ilitch built “the blueprint for Detroit’s future.”
Freedom of speech or disturbing the peace?
The GOP-controlled House approved funding for billionaire Dan Gilbert, but rejected money for seniors, veterans and Flint.
Only 39% of Michigan residents view Trump favorably, according to a new poll.
Ann Arbor barred the sale of tobacco to people under the age of 21, but the ordinance conflicts with state law.
The emergency managers were appointed by Gov. Snyder and now face up to 20 years in prison.