Super Tuesday falls on March 3 this time around and nearly 70% of delegates required to clinch the Democratic nomination are up for grabs.
Police and fire departments in Bloomfield Township are concerned that without a millage renewal that directs nearly 2.5 million dollars to its budgets, their staff will be cut almost in half.
A major upset happened election night in Michigan's 8th Congressional District, where Democrat Elissa Slotkin has claimed victory.
Another candidate has entered the race for Michigan governor.
All 16 Electoral votes went to Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
Protests are planned for state capitals, but they are unlikely to persuade the Electoral College to dump Trump.
The 4.8 million votes that were cast here in Michigan for the presidential election will be recounted by hand.
Steve Mitchell, CEO of Mitchell Research and Communications, joined us in studio to explain what went wrong with so many of the polls.
Whether you're happy or disappointed in the results, you can celebrate your candidate with a slice of 'Hillacream' or 'Trumpkin' pie from Achatz Pie Company.
FOX 2's political analyst Tim Skubick says Tuesday's results can be attributed to a wholesale redefinition of what both parties look like now.
Psychotherapist Lori Edelson from The Birmingham Maple Clinic joins us on The Nine.
Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey tells FOX 2, "Defective machines will be swapped out. All ballots will be put through and all votes will be tabulated."
If you notice any voter fraud or intimidation, you can report the activity to the Department of Justice at 1-800-253-3931 or call the NAACP at 313-664-2424.
Students and others have been filing into the area all morning long in hopes of hearing the president speak. Doors open for the event at Ray Fisher Stadium at 9 a.m.
Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey joins us ahead of November's big election.
Mike Hohf from Advance Capital Management joins us to take a look at the economy differences when a Republican is in the White House vs. a Democrat.
Amy Miller and Patricia Mero from Better Life Home Care join us on The Nine.
Anyone 18 or older can register by mail or in person at their county, city or township clerk's office or by visiting any Secretary of State branch.
FOX 2's political analyst Tim Skubick joins us to break down the Supreme Court's decision.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson came to Detroit and spoke at Cass Tech High School to encourage students old enough to register to vote.