Michigan State Capitol protests are quiet amid heavy police and military presence.
Michigan's Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey says he tested positive for COVID-19 over Christmas break. He believes he caught it during a visit to the House when he removed his mask for 25 minutes to listen to a colleague's remarks.
Attorney General Dana Nessel Nessel fears something like that could happen here. Less than 24 hours after the riots in DC, our state capitol had to be evacuated because of a bomb threat.
On Wednesday, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer blocked a Republican bill that would kill emergency public health orders after 28 days unless it had legislature approval.
Michigan is close to clarifying that veterinarians can consult with pet owners on the use of products derived from marijuana or hemp to help animals' health.
Tom Casperson, a former state lawmaker from the Upper Peninsula who cast a key vote to expand Medicaid and built alliances with labor unions, has died at age 61.
Michigan State Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey was mobbed by activists at the Detroit airport Friday morning as he prepared to fly to meet with President Donald Trump.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer plans to announce bipartisan legislation Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
John James said Thursday he refused to concede defeat to Senator Gary Peters for Michigan's second Senate seat.
The 2020 general election is scheduled for Nov. 3. For anyone planning on voting, there's plenty of ways for residents to get registered and cast their ballot.
Sen. Dayna Polehanki spoke to FOX 2 about her safety concerns and what the intent of her impassioned speech was.
Michigan lawmakers passed a state budget on Wednesday that avoids major cuts that had been feared due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Larger Michigan municipalities could begin processing an expected surge of absentee ballots sooner in the November presidential election under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate.
The Michigan Senate and House have scrubbed their scheduled meetings on Thursday because one state senator has tested positive for COVID-19.
House and Senate GOP lawmakers are planning to release their 'Return to Learn' academic plan that will work as a roadmap for school districts preparing for the 2020-21 school year
The state supreme court declined a request from Republicans to bypass the Court of Appeals and hear their suit over the governor's emergency powers.
The Michigan State Senate unanimously confirmed a bill that would mandate police to be trained on implicit bias and de-escalation techniques.
Attorneys representing both the GOP and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in a lawsuit over emergency powers will argue in front of a judge Friday.
A judge will listen in on oral arguments from attorneys in a lawsuit filed by GOP lawmakers against the Michigan governor on Friday.
With tensions continuing to boil, a third protest in Lansing is scheduled as critics of the Michigan Governor's stay-home order planned to demonstrate on the capitol lawn Thursday morning.