The series planned for a Michigan Baptist church by Donald McKay promoted conspiracy theories about Muslims.
The university will also have to overhaul its Title IX procedures in hopes of preventing future sexual abuse, according to the Department of Education.
Michigan will be the first state to ban flavored e-cigarettes.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's decision will prohibit sweet, fruity and menthol e-cigarettes, which studies say are more likely to get young people hooked on vaping.
The legislation from state Sen. Jim Ananich and state Rep. John Cherry would extend the statute of limitations for crimes related to the Flint water crisis.
Jean Cramer ended her Marysville City Council race after widespread backlash over a slew of racist comments she made.
“It’s particularly rich that Republicans are claiming that the commission discriminates on the basis of partisan affiliation," one expert said.
We Run 313, a newly formed running club based in Michigan’s largest city, is growing quickly.
Former GOP congressman says there was no man-of-the-year award at a state event six years ago, even though the president keeps boasting that there was.
The democratic congresswoman from Michigan refused to go on a trip to Israel after the Jewish State reversed its decision to bar her from entering the country.
Newark, New Jersey, could be the next Flint if officials do not solve the lead water crisis that’s hurting the city and its residents.
William Strampel is accused of using his public office to sexually harass students, in addition to willfully neglecting to monitor Nassar.
The Democratic presidential candidate, who as a New Jersey mayor backed charter schools, pledges to fight GOP efforts to privatize the education system.
Two newly elected House members have very different ideas on how the party’s presidential candidate can replicate their success.
Lou Anna Simon was allowed to retire with benefits and a million-dollar payout even though she is currently facing criminal charges over the Larry Nassar sex abuse case.
Kathy Zhu, who was stripped of her title for offensive remarks on social media, was named to the Women for Trump advisory board.
Harvard is facing fury for handing a fellowship to Snyder, whose cellphone was recently seized in a criminal probe of the drinking water catastrophe.
Facing the veto pen of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, anti-abortion rights groups in Michigan have an unusual back-up plan.
Officials said they would continue their investigation and wage a “vigorous pursuit of justice," some five years after the water crisis first began.
Tyler Frye, 21, crashed a pickup truck into the back of the carriage on Friday, Michigan police said.