Vietnam veteran wins $150,000 Powerball prize

Michigan Senate approves 3-foot distance to pass bikes

Michigan close to finalizing stricter lead rules for water

Gov. Snyder lowers flags to honor victims of Santa Fe High School tragedy

DNR reminds boaters to put safety first

New plan aims to reverse monarch butterfly decline

AAA Michigan: Statewide average gas prices rise 7 cents

Tests find youth lead poisoning declining in Detroit enclave

Eleven Michigan hospitals awarded for excellence and improvement in maternity care

Gov. Snyder makes appointments to the Michigan Trails Advisory Council

Gov. Snyder makes reappointment to the Mackinac Island State Park Commission

Gov. Snyder makes reappointments to the Talent Investment Board

Tick season is upon us – Michiganders urged to take appropriate precautionary measures

Michigan apple producers vote to continue promotion program

MDOT to lift remaining weight restrictions Thursday

Michigan families urged to learn more during Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Awareness Month

$4.5 million in federal grants available to Native American groups to provide crime victim services

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Trump: Athletes who kneel during anthem 'maybe shouldn't be in the country'

"You have to stand proudly for the national anthem, or you shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there. Maybe you shouldn't be in the country," Trump said.

China denies role in U.S consular worker's mysterious brain injury

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the symptoms were "entirely consistent" with the 21 embassy staffers who were sickened in Cuba due to sonic incidents.

Russian military unit's missile downed MH17, investigators say

Moscow has always denied involvement in the downing of the jet.

Academic accused of inflating resume is named Italy's prime minister

Giuseppe Conte's mandate gives the euroskeptic 5-Star Movement and anti-immigrant League a shot at running western Europe's first populist government.

Ireland to vote on abortion ban in fiercely contested referendum

Abortion remains such a taboo in Ireland that it's rare for women to speak openly about it. A public admission could result in a 14-year prison sentence.