Long-lost Ironton ship found in Lake Huron, confirming tragic story
The Ironton was a 191-foot cargo vessel that collided with another ship in rough seas in 1894. Its whereabouts had long eluded shipwreck hunters, until now.
Ford stops EV F-150 production after battery fire
Ford says the fire was discovered on Feb. 4, and production stopped a day later. The company adds it has no reason to believe electric pickups already in use by customers are affected by the battery issue.
Ewing schools abruptly close after threat found in pocket of alleged Michigan State shooter, police say
Public schools in Ewing, New Jersey were abruptly closed on Tuesday after authorities found a note threatening two district schools in the pocket of a man accused of a mass shooting at Michigan State University.
Michigan State shooter: What we know about the suspect
The man suspected of shooting 8 people, killing 3, on Monday at MSU has been identifed as 43-year-old Anthony McRae. Here's what we know about the suspect.
Michigan State shooting suspect identified; 5 victims remain in critical condition
The 43-year-old man was a resident of Lansing. The motive behind the shootings remains unknown.
Michigan State University shooting: Suspect dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound
Michigan State Police have released more information about the suspect believed to have opened fire inside of two buildings on campus at Michigan State University Monday night.
Michigan State University shooting timeline: What we know after 3 killed, 5 hurt
Sources say the suspect is dead after shootings at Michigan State University.
Michigan State graduate shares details of Monday night’s shooting
A Michigan State University graduate who has friends still on campus when police reported a shooting Monday night shares what the scene is like for his loved ones.
Object shot down over Lake Huron not a threat to national security, Michigan Congresswoman says
Questions remain over what the object was that was downed by U.S. military over Lake Huron this weekend.
Video: Michigan volunteers remove Halloween bucket stuck on deer's head for '2 weeks'
“Lucky has been released from his pumpkin prison,” the rescue group wrote.
Justice Department investigating Abbott baby formula plant
Abbott's Michigan plant's closure in February 2022 was a key cause of a nationwide baby formula shortage that forced parents to seek formula from food banks, friends and doctor’s offices.
CDC says more US cities will begin testing for polio among sewage
Testing first began earlier this year in New York after a man was diagnosed with paralytic polio outside the city.
7 MSU football players charged with assault after Michigan Stadium tunnel brawl
Video showed a brawl involving at least 10 MSU players when two U of M players entered the Michigan Stadium tunnel after their win last month.
Voters say 'yes' to protecting abortion rights in Michigan, California, Vermont, Kentucky
The ballot initiatives come months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion it guaranteed to women nationwide.
Video shows Michigan, Michigan State players brawl in tunnel after Saturday's game
Police and the Big Ten Conference are looking into the altercation, which officials called "completely and utterly" unacceptable.
Rare white black bear caught on Michigan trail camera
White fur on a black bear is often seen only in one part of North America - in British Columbia in Canada. But for one to appear in Michigan? "It's much much more rare" a DNR official said.
Isle Royale wolf population has dramatic comeback after nearly dying off
Isle Royale National Park’s gray wolf population has reached 28, a dramatic comeback after the species nearly disappeared from the Lake Superior island chain, researchers said Wednesday.
Dozens of dogs dying from mysterious parvo-like illness in Michigan
A shelter in northern Michigan said 30 dogs had died from the illness, prompting an investigation by the state into what was infecting the animals.
Chalking tires in Michigan is unconstitutional, judge says
The city of Saginaw was fined $1 for each parking ticket it gave out after chalking a driver's tire, following five years of court hearings.
Second trial of Whitmer kidnapping suspects Adam Fox, Barry Croft Jr. begins Monday
A jury failed to reach a verdict on the two men during a trial earlier this year, while two other men were acquitted in the case alleging men plotted to kidnap the governor.