Utility works to restore power in Michigan Pontiac MI July 29, 2014 | AP DTE Energy Co. says it's working to restore power to about 50,000 customers without service since severe thunderstorms hit Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
Ford raising prices on new F-150 Detroit MI July 29, 2014 | AP Ford is raising the price of its new aluminum-sided pickup truck, but still trying to stay competitive with rivals.
Community meetings help officials better deal with lead abatement Grand Rapids MI July 29, 2014 | WGVU Childhood lead poisoning continues to be a problem in West Michigan, just as it is around most of the state. A series of lead poisoning prevention training sessions will help community leaders get a better idea of what needs to be done.
Utility works to restore power in Michigan Pontiac MI July 29, 2014 | AP DTE Energy Co. says it's working to restore power to about 42,000 customers without service since severe thunderstorms hit Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
Balyo enters guilty plea July 29, 2014 | WGVU A former Grand Rapids radio host has pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation and possessing child pornography.
Churches hold day of prayer for child immigrants Grand Rapids MI July 28, 2014 | AP A number of churches in Michigan have joined in a day of prayer for the tens of thousands of child immigrants who have been flooding across the nation's southern border.
Residents clean up after severe thunderstorms White Lake Twp MI July 28, 2014 | AP Residents of Michigan's Lower Peninsula are cleaning up after a series of severe thunderstorms that hit Michigan's Lower Peninsula and knocked out power to more than 200,000 homes and businesses.
Crews work to restore power after severe storms Highland Twp MI July 28, 2014 | AP Crews are working to restore power after severe thunderstorms hit Michigan's Lower Peninsula and knocked out power to about 223,000 homes and businesses.
Report for Detroit creditor boosts value of art Detroit MI July 28, 2014 | AP One of the companies challenging Detroit's bankruptcy plan says the possible value of the Detroit Institute of Arts' collection is $8.5 billion - a figure that's higher than previous estimates.
Possible land deal for US-Canada bridge delayed July 28, 2014 | AP A proposal has been delayed to transfer 301 Detroit-owned properties to the Michigan Land Bank in exchange for $1.4 million from the Canadian government as part of plans for a $2 billion international commuter bridge.
Meijer LPGA Classic benefits Simply Give program July 28, 2014 | WGVU The LPGA Tour brings the best players in women’s golf to Grand Rapids for the first time in more than a decade. The inaugural Meijer LPGA Classic takes place August 7-10, at Blythefield Country Club.
Michigan DNR offers young hunter workshops Lansing MI July 25, 2014 | AP Young hunters can get instructions on use of a variety of weaponry and equipment this summer during a series of workshops at state-operated shooting ranges.
Closing arguments Monday in player's slaying Ann Arbor MI July 25, 2014 | AP Closing arguments are expected Monday in the trial of a man in the fatal shooting of Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed.
Group wants probe of absentee voting allegations Dearborn Heights MI July 25, 2014 | AP An advocacy group says it wants state and federal authorities to investigate allegations that suburban Detroit officials prevented Arab-Americans from obtaining absentee ballots.
Thursday Board to consider minimum wage, wolf ballot issues Lansing MI July 24, 2014 | AP Michigan's elections board will consider whether supporters of a minimum wage increase and wolf hunting collected enough voter signatures for proposals to advance to legislators and possibly a statewide vote.
Muskegon River to be surveyed for sea lamprey Muskegon MI July 24, 2014 | AP Federal scientists are preparing to examine a portion of the Muskegon River to determine what steps are needed to control sea lamprey, an invasive fish parasite.
State to measure impact of Pathways to Potential Lansing MI July 24, 2014 | AP The Michigan Department of Human Services is partnering with Grand Valley State University and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation on a project to measure the impact of a program that puts department workers in nearly 170 schools across the state.
State orders Enbridge to fix pipeline through Mackinac straits July 24, 2014 | MPRN Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and the state Department of Environmental Quality have told Enbridge Energy the company has to do a better job of securing an oil pipeline that runs through the Straits of Mackinac.
Rick Pluta explains.
Lansing Board of Water & Light reappoints leader Lansing MI July 23, 2014 | AP The Lansing Board of Water & Light has reappointed J. Peter Lark as general manager despite criticism about the utility's response to a December ice storm that left some customers without power for more than a week.
Porch shooter's lawyer says he feared for his life Detroit MI July 23, 2014 | AP A defense lawyer says a Detroit-area man who killed a young, unarmed woman on his porch heard "boom, boom, boom" at last four separate times before he opened the door and shot her in the face.
Land close to amending records to account for $3M Lansing MI July 23, 2014 | AP Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land says she's close to filing an amended financial disclosure statement to account for nearly $3 million she's given her campaign.
Pro-Gaza protesters rally at state Capitol July 23, 2014 | WGVU Pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian groups are holding events across Michigan to offer their perspectives on the conflict in Gaza. As Jake Neher reports, protesters gathered in front of the state Capitol today in support of Palestinians.