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The 3-1 vote against certifying the minimum wage drive means lawmakers' approval in May of smaller increases in the hourly wage likely will remain, though advocates of a bigger raise did not rule out an appeal.
3 hrs ago | USA Today
A pair of dogs attacked and mauled to death a man as he jogged down a quiet, dirt road in rural Michigan.
4 hrs ago | CBS Local
The former director of a Michigan funeral home is heading to jail for up to four years after stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in funeral funds.
8 hrs ago | CBS Local
ANN ARBOR Ohio State's marching band has made headlines with some provocative routines in recent years - including some obviously meant to bait a Wolverine.
12 hrs ago | Detroit News
Public records show Land has spent $2.9 million in personal funds on the race against Democrat Gary Peters, a congressman from Bloomfield Township.
16 hrs ago | WPXI
The Grand Rapids Press reports Walter Antraell Wilson told police last week he killed Robert Anthony Farmer in 2004.
SEE LOOKED AT ME SAID SHE COULDN'T BREATHE THIS LITTLE GIRL NAMED ABBEY WON'T LET ANYTHING EVEN CANCER SLOW HER DOWN.
State Representative Adam F. Zemke sponsored legislation on July 16 that would outlaw the practice of conversion therapy in Michigan.
In a June 20, 2014 file photo, Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder speaks during an interview before signing legislation to provide state funding for Detroit municipal pensions in Detroit.
Where Renisha McBride was before she was fatally shot on a Detroit man's porch -- and the screen door through which the fatal bullet was apparently fired -- will be crucial evidence in the man's murder trial.
Family members of a University of Michigan medical student who was slain a year ago plan to mark the anniversary this week by spending time in Ann Arbor and visiting his grave.
A Michigan jury has convicted a man of murder for fatally shooting two men in a Saginaw halfway house last year.
As the sun started to set during the June 24 Albatross Yacht Club Spring Series race, the warm evening air met cool Lake St. Clair to stunning effect.
After a few years' absence since the High Times first brought their Medical Cannabis Cup to Detroit back in 2011, the event is back, this time at Clio's Auto City Speedway.
Michigan's reviving economy is attracting the interest of investors, including many from foreign countries.
Primary elections in Michigan are now less than two weeks away. Retired Spring Lake businessman Dean Vanderstelt filed to run as a Democrat.
An 18-year-old from Grain Valley, Mo., Loszewski spent three and a half years fighting acute lmyphoblastic leukemia , and in June he was able to go through an experience he had hoped to have before it was taken away by his disease.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:48 pm
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