Last week, Gov. Rick Snyder signed into effect bills that extend the medical amnesty act to drug users of all ages, rather than just those under the age of 21.

Flint Water Crisis

The water in Laura MacIntyre’s home still comes out murky. Or sometimes, likely thanks to city-installed tap filters, it doesn’t come out at all.

Cecilia Muñoz, Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, leads a panel of federal and local officials in a discussion on work being done in rustbelt cities in Annenburg Auditorium on Friday.

Cecilia Muñoz, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, and a panel of experts from Rust Belt cities in the U.S.

Governor Rick Snyder speaks at the Let's End Campus Sexual Assault Summit at the North Campus Research Complex on Friday.

Michigan first lady Sue Snyder hosted the second annual “Inform. Empower. Prevent.

Photo Illustration of a plastic bag on the sidewalk.

A new policy to tax disposable bags in Washtenaw County may be stymied by the state legislature before it goes into effect, depending on the outcome of a vote in the state House this week.

The Michigan State House of Representatives passed a series of bills in a 100 to 6 vote last Wednesday aimed at removing the protections that the state’s Freedom of Information Act currently offers to the governor’s office.

Michigan first lady Sue Snyder will host her second summit on ending campus sexual assault at the University of Michigan this Friday.

The summit, which aims to inform and empower individuals, will take place at the University’s North Campus Research Complex.

The White House unveiled a new federal policy on the regulation of driverless cars on U.S. roads in a telephone press conference Monday morning.

Ohio governor John Kasich was unable to attend the town hall hosted to support his campaign for the Republican nominee in the Rogel Ballroom at the Michigan Union due to flight complications on Wednesday.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s (R) presidential campaign stop at the Michigan Union on Wednesday didn’t go quite as planned, but it did go on — after his flight from New York to Michigan was delayed, the presidential hopeful called in instead.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions at a campaign fundraiser at the Expo Center in Birch Run.

BIRCH RUN — They came, they said, to hear his blunt, often-controversial take on issues like immigration, succinctly summed up in one of his more popular one-liners — “We need to build a wall (on the border)”. For his presence, described as both arrogant and confident.