State and local election officials disqualified 27 candidates from the 2024 ballot this year. Is this our new normal?
Watch Bridge Michigan’s latest installment of Elections FAQ, a new weekly video feature in which reporters answer reader ...
Beginning Aug. 1, the state’s largest health insurance company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, will start phasing out ...
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer bet big on five companies that promised $16 billion in investments and 12,000 jobs. The projects didn’t ...
U.S. Supreme Court justices Thursday upheld access nationwide to an abortion-incucing medication called mifepristone, which was used in more than half of Michigan abortions in 2022.
A person in an Ascension system ‘accidentally downloaded a malicious file that they thought was legitimate,’ the hospital ...
We can apply the same approach that helped Michigan through the pandemic: Prioritizing access to care and resources, investing in making high-quality care attainable for all residents, and building ...
Trump has traditionally rallied supporters in predominantly white regions of Michigan, but his weekend roundtable in Detroit ...
As bots snatch up and resell tickets at much higher prices, Michigan hopes to beat them back with legislation. At least one ...
In bipartisan vote, Michigan House approves fines and penalties for creating ‘deepfake’ pornography of a person without their consent.
Pharmaceuticals, microplastics, PFAS and ingredients found in personal care products are among the emerging — and sometimes ...
A new Michigan plan would redirect some business incentive funding to pay for transit projects. Supporters imagine autonomous ...