"I've wanted to do this for quite a while," Jason Dalton explained in court on Monday, putting an end to jury selection. He faces life without parole for killing six people between transporting fares.
There are now 33 states that have legalized marijuana to some degree, and recreational pot use is now legal in 10 states, along with Washington, D.C.
A new study finds an uptick in the number of women who are fishing in the Upper Great Lakes region. Younger women especially seem drawn to a sport that is traditionally male-dominated.
Ten years after the financial crisis, the recovery hasn't reached everywhere. After the plant at which they worked was shuttered, three members of a family saw their lives change in unexpected ways.
Tlaib, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, won the Democratic nomination for former Rep. John Conyers' seat in the House. She'll be running unopposed in November and likely making history.
Apple growing is a ruthless business obsessed with good looks. Higher temperatures affect every part of of the fruit's life cycle, from more pests to changing color — and can even give them sunburn.
The city has been monitored by the state of Michigan since December 2014, when city officials retook control after the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Michigan is ending the free water distribution program in Flint, but many residents don't trust state officials who insist their water is safe to drink, so long as they're using a filter.
Many public comments cited a clash between corporate greed and the welfare of people and the environment. Nestlé is seeking to pump 576,000 gallons of water each day from a well in western Michigan.
While some U.S. steel manufacturers may be embracing tariffs on imported steel, it could hurt some small manufacturers. Simonds International says it could put its Michigan plant out of business.