Ask any of the vendors at Bay City Market who Jenny Loree is, and they'll tell you in a heartbeat, because she's one of them.
Quicken Loans has agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the company of fraudulently sticking the government with bad mortgages.
Many Michigan farmers have had to delay planting crops this spring after historic rainfall and two lawmakers are looking to get them some relief.
A crash involving two semitrailers scattered cocoa powder and lithium batteries across an interstate in Indiana, closing part of the freeway.
Authorities say what turned out to be an inert grenade in a piece of luggage caused a brief scare and drew a heavy law enforcement presence at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Former Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has responded to the decision to dismiss the cases against eight people charged in connection to the Flint Water Crisis.
Hundreds of vacant houses in Detroit are being boarded up following the arrest of a 34-year-old man suspected in the slayings of at least three women whose bodies were found in abandoned homes.
Rehab clinics that treat the most severely injured crash survivors could be forced to drastically downsize or even close in the years ahead.
Prosecutors say they're dismissing all criminal charges against eight people in the Flint water scandal and starting the investigation over again.
Authorities say a couple has been charged after animal control officers removed 178 cats from deplorable conditions in a suburban Detroit home.
Burger King has figured out how to serve Whoppers upside-down in 1980s-era packaging and turn that into a marketing opportunity.
Federal officials say an education plan will be put into place to help curb drunken behavior instead of a ban on alcoholic beverages along sections of three rivers in the Huron-Manistee National Forest in northern Michigan.
A former northern Michigan teacher and football coach has been sentenced to probation in an embezzlement case involving more than $5,000 in missing cash.
An appeals court has stepped in and temporarily blocked an extraordinary order that required the president of the University of Michigan to get personally involved in a sexual misconduct case against a student.
A new bill introduced in the State House would pair organic additives, like sugar beet juice, with road salt to control icy streets during the winter months.
A Mid-Michigan railroad company is getting some big money from the federal government to improve the tracks and potentially boost the local economy.
McLaren Flint has been ordered to immediately correct conditions in its facility to reduce risk of future exposure of Legionella at the hospital.
An Alpena man, who has seven previous operating while intoxicated convictions, was arrested after Michigan State Police discovered him intoxicated and driving an ATV.