State Police partners with DEA in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on April 28

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention grant applications sought by Children’s Trust Fund

Michigan develops plan to battle land-based invasive species

Three high schoolers rescued from Detroit River

Judge won't order Flint bottled water program to resume

Snyder in UK to tout Michigan tourism, mobility potential

Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center’s ‘A Day in Court’ educational game now available online

Schuette files civil action against Van Enkevort Tug and Barge, Inc. Thursday

Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail bolstered by more than $10.5M in private funding

Adopt-A-Highway dates changed due to weather

Flint mayor: Continuing free water is a 'moral issue'

AAA Michigan: Statewide average gas prices increase 9 cents

Michiganders warned not to consume products containing kratom

US Department of Veterans Affairs announces 2018 State Veteran Home Construction Grants

2-ton sections of iconic Mackinac Bridge up for sale

Ten teachers selected as Regional Teachers of the Year

Communities encouraged to apply for $1.5M in grants to provide lead hazard control services

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Prince William, Kate keep world guessing over new baby's name

Based on names used by Britain's royal family in the past, some experts believe that contenders might include Arthur, Albert, Philip or James.

New Jersey man arrested for murder of missing young father

Authorities have charged Alan McGinnis of Pemberton, New Jersey in the stabbing death of Cody MacPherson, 20, missing since September.

In a first, 2020 census to count same-sex couples

LGBTQ advocates say the change is "a step in the right direction."

Suspect in deadly Toronto van attack to appear in court Tuesday morning

Police said Monday afternoon's van attack in downtown Toronto "definitely looked deliberate," but downplayed any potential connection to terrorism.

Madonna loses bid to keep Tupac breakup letter from being auctioned

"We were confident that Madonna had no claim whatsoever, and the judge clearly agreed with us."