A former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach with ties to Larry Nassar has died by suicide after facing human trafficking charges, the Michigan Attorney General’s Office said.
Roughly 45,000. That’s how many Covenant Healthcare patients could have potentially had their information exposed after a hack of two email accounts.
Unemployment woes continue as thousands of Michigan residents receive letters from the Unemployment Insurance Agency claiming they owe the agency money.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made remarks to the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works before a virtual hearing on Feb. 24.
As the pandemic continues, many people are still relying on unemployment benefits after losing their jobs. Some mid-Michigan residents are now being asked to pay back their benefits.
The state of Michigan has implemented several initiatives to improve access to the COVID-19 vaccine and ensure equity when it comes to protection from the virus.
A mid-Michigan intensive care nurse has been caring for COVID patients through the pandemic, recently she was fighting the virus herself in the ICU.
More than 120 businesses in Bay County are getting a boost from the Michigan Small Business Survival Grant Program. Businesses were chosen by how affected they were by the state's gatherings and mask orders.
A 32-year-old Ohio man has been charged in eastern Michigan with directing terrorist threats at a Port Huron elementary school and police officers, police announced Sunday.
A science professor at a university in central Michigan who claimed sinister forces were targeting him and breaking into his home has been fired months after using racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic slurs on Twitter.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer spoke about a proposed plan that would drastically alter how restrictions are placed on Michigan restaurants as the industry calls for increased capacity in its dining rooms.
One suspect is dead after police say he and three others broke into his ex-girlfriend's home and assaulted the occupants.