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The Michigan Department of Corrections says state prison inmate and convicted cop-killer Eric Knysz is officially dead.
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Mark Schauer, a Democratic candidate for governor, made a campaign stop in downtown Bay City on Thursday, April 17, talking education, labor policies and Michigan's infrastructure.
Fund will improve health, wellness of Michigan citizens Thursday, April 17, 2014 LANSING, Mich.
Among other things, they would increase fines for overweight trucks and dedicate part of the state's sales tax to roads.
Dan Dierdorf is coming back to the booth and will be the radio analyst for University of Michigan football games this fall.
Snyder was accompanied by supporters and volunteers when he turned in his petition signatures to the Michigan Department of State Bureau of Election.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, and African Americans disproportionately have the highest death rate for any racial and ethnic group.
Southfield got glammed up and fancy this past Saturday, celebrating an LGBT Wedding and Anniversary Expo held at the Southfield Civic Pavilion.
Contrary to popular belief, the most important tax day for Michiganians isn't April 15. It's April 17. That's when, on average, you finally earn enough money to pay off all of the taxes you owe for 2014.
As a Michigan alumnus, Whitehaven football coach Rodney Saulsberry had hoped for a prospect who would think beyond the Southeastern Conference.
The Michigan Department of Corrections says Knysz hung himself in his prison cell while at Charles Egeler Reception & Guidance Center in Jackson Monday.
Pressure was building Wednesday for Michigan lawmakers to commit $350 million to Detroit pensions, a day after the city reached tentative agreements with pension funds and a retiree group to reduce payouts.
The state will give Detroit's retirement funds a $350 million lump-sum payment if retirees approve a grand bargain to soften pension cuts and shield the Detroit Institute of Arts from creditors, The News has learned.
The deals are tied to Detroit getting money from the state over 20 years, along with $466 million in private money, all to shore up pensions.
Attorneys who persuaded a judge to overturn Michigan's ban on gay marriage are opposing the state's request to have an entire appeals court take the case.
A judge is being asked to call a time-out in a lawsuit that challenges a Michigan law banning same-sex benefits in public schools and local governments.