Students at a Michigan high school torch a statue of Frosty The Snowman as a way to say good-bye to winter.
Michigan becomes the next state to have its ban on same-sex marriage ruled unconstitutional.
Michigan families work together to build massive backyard luge.
Convicted murderer on the run after escaping Michigan prison, carjacking woman and driving to Indiana.
Michigan man claims he lured Sasquatch onto his property using discarded pizza boxes.
Temperatures dip below zero in Hell, Michigan.
Gigantic mushrooms sprout in yard of Michigan family.
Domestic dispute leads to racial slurs painted on Michigan home.
Michigan college removes wrecking ball sculpture after images of several people riding on it surface.
Prosecutors claim Detroit music studio was a front for a major drug operation.
Great Dane finds elderly man after he slips and falls on ice.
Man rushes to the rescue during dangerous roadside delivery.
75-year-old claimed she shot teenage grandson in self defense.
Michigan hospital agreed to a man's request that no black nurses care for his newborn.
A Michigan attorney is offering free divorces on Valentine's Day.
Near zero-visibility and whiteout weather conditions in Detroit, Michigan are being blamed for a multi-vehicle crash that killed two people and injured more than a dozen others.
Pet owners are on the look out after dangerous items were found hidden in treats left for dogs.
Police shoot man accused of kidnapping & raping college student, attempting to burn home after her escape, fleeing in garbage truck.
Casket containing body of 92-year-old man stolen before burial, possibly for attempted resurrection.
Woman held for 11 days after cursing in clerk of court's office.
Eric Stamatin's expeditions into his family's wooded suburban Detroit backyard have yielded plenty of interesting finds, but none to rival the 13,000-year-old artifact he and his cousin dug up last summer.
More than 30 Michigan schools closed for the holidays two days early, in part because the Mayan calendar predicts the world will end on Friday, an official said.
During a protest against right-to-work legislation in Michigan's capital, Tarver's catering supplies were destroyed when demonstrators tore down the tent where he was serving and trampled his gear.
Michigan will become the nation's 24th right-to-work state after Republicans in the state legislature approved historic changes to the state's labor laws over the strenuous objections of Democrats and union members.