- Patients plan to speak next week at sentencing of cancer doc Updated: Jun-30-15 3:56 pm
DETROIT - The government says about two dozen patients or relatives of patients want to speak next week at the sentencing of a Detroit-area cancer doctor who gave expensive, unnecessary treatments to hundreds of people.
- Sentence postponed for gambler in Toledo sports probe Updated: Jun-30-15 3:35 pm
DETROIT - Lawyers for a Detroit-area gambler caught in a sports bribery scandal at the University of Toledo say it would be "unthinkable" to send the ailing 82-year-old man to prison.
- Woman sues, says police forced her to remove scarf Updated: Jun-30-15 3:24 pm
DEARBORN, Michigan - A Muslim woman is suing a Michigan police department, saying her rights were violated when she was ordered to remove a headscarf for a mugshot after her arrest.
- Snyder signs law to bar municipal wage, employment rules Updated: Jun-30-15 3:04 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law prohibiting Michigan municipalities from requiring businesses to pay wages, benefits or provide sick days exceeding state or federal requirements.
- Flooding along River Raisin leaves roads, parks swamped Updated: Jun-30-15 2:58 pm
DUNDEE, Michigan - Flooding along the River Raisin in Monroe County left some roads and parks swamped on Tuesday as area residents and business owners took precautions to keep floodwaters from causing more damage.
- Hope College's new art museum to feature major donation Updated: Jun-30-15 2:37 pm
HOLLAND, Michigan - A donation of Asian art worth more than $1.2 million has significantly boosted the collection of a new museum opening at a liberal arts college in western Michigan.
- $5M grant to help employ Detroiters who have job difficulty Updated: Jun-30-15 1:53 pm
DETROIT - Detroit is getting a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to help employ people who have a hard time getting jobs.
- Eastern Michigan University goes tobacco-free Wednesday Updated: Jun-30-15 1:18 pm
YPSILANTI, Michigan - Eastern Michigan University is going tobacco-free Wednesday.
- Nurse gets life in prison in killing, dismemberment of son Updated: Jun-30-15 1:16 pm
MOUNT CLEMENS, Michigan - A judge ordered a no-parole life sentence Tuesday for a suburban Detroit woman convicted of killing her adult son, dismembering him and dumping the body parts.
- Michigan Senate considers 15-cent gas tax hike for roads Updated: Jun-30-15 12:32 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Republicans who control the Senate are considering a $1 billion-plus road-funding plan that would raise the state gasoline tax by 15 cents a gallon over three years and trim the income tax if Michigan's general revenues rise above inflation in any given year.
- Small earthquake recorded in Michigan, felt miles away Updated: Jun-30-15 12:20 pm
UNION CITY, Michigan - Geological experts say a small earthquake centered in southern Michigan has been felt in parts of the state.
- Vermont inmates move from Kentucky to Michigan Updated: Jun-30-15 12:19 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The transfer of 280 Vermont prison inmates from a private prison in Kentucky to one in Michigan has been completed, a state Department of Corrections official said Tuesday.
- No-parole sentence in death of woman; body stuffed in barrel Updated: Jun-30-15 11:23 am
MOUNT CLEMENS, Michigan - A Detroit-area man who pleaded no contest to killing his girlfriend and stuffing the body in a barrel expressed regret before he was sentenced to life in prison.
- Officials release name of worker who died after shock, fall Updated: Jun-30-15 11:11 am
LOWELL, Michigan - Officials have released the name of a 30-year-old man who died after being shocked when a lift touched power lines in western Michigan.
- Michigan, Wisconsin interns help with Presque Isle project Updated: Jun-30-15 10:56 am
MARQUETTE, Michigan - Northern Michigan University student Daniel Mayle joked about having to look out for alligators in the Presque Isle Bog, but the reality is narrow-leaved cattails are more of a danger.
- Birthplace of Meijer supercenter gets historical marker Updated: Jun-30-15 9:29 am
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - A Michigan historical marker now stands at the original site of the store from Midwest retailer Meijer that pioneered the idea of a shopping supercenter.
- Detroit-area pilot project offers jury duty rides via Uber Updated: Jun-30-15 8:41 am
MOUNT CLEMENS, Michigan - A pilot project in suburban Detroit is offering jury duty transportation via ride-hailing business Uber.
- University of Michigan cans food company over stored alcohol Updated: Jun-30-15 8:14 am
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - A University of Michigan spokesman says the school canceled a contract with a food service provider because it was illegally storing alcohol in a campus research complex.
- Swim to Mackinac Island while hauling barge postponed Updated: Jun-30-15 7:50 am
ST. IGNACE, Michigan - A long-distance swimmer from Michigan has postponed a planned Fourth of July swim to Mackinac Island while towing a barge carrying a vehicle.
- Officials: Turnaround district failed to use grant money Updated: Jun-30-15 6:46 am
DETROIT - Officials say Michigan's turnaround district for low-performing public schools didn't use millions of dollars in federal funding.
- Pig found in basement days after similar animal rescue Updated: Jun-30-15 6:28 am
HIGHLAND PARK, Michigan - Officials say a pig has been found in a feces-filled basement in the Detroit enclave of Highland Park just days after a similar rescue of a pig from a Detroit home.
- Utility: Crews robbed at gunpoint restoring power in Detroit Updated: Jun-30-15 6:10 am
DETROIT - A utility says three line crews have been robbed at gunpoint of cash and cellphones while trying to restore power in Detroit after weekend storms.
- AAA Michigan: 1.4M expected to travel this Fourth of July Updated: Jun-30-15 1:35 am
DEARBORN, Michigan - AAA Michigan says about 1.4 million state residents are expected to travel this Fourth of July, the most since 2007.
- Gov. Rick Snyder honors Michigan volunteers with awards Updated: Jun-29-15 9:10 pm
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - Gov. Rick Snyder is honoring Michigan volunteers, nonprofits and businesses with 2015 Governor's Service Awards.
- Mom protests $77,719 fee for Goodrich school records on son Updated: Jun-29-15 6:56 pm
GOODRICH, Michigan - A Flint-area mother is protesting a $77,719 fee estimate that the Goodrich Area Schools gave her for getting copies of emails about her son.