Donations are pouring into verified fundraisers set up to help victims and their families.
Marco Díaz-Muñoz, a language and humanities professor, described the terrifying moments when a masked figure entered the classroom and wordlessly began shooting, killing two students and injuring others.
Donations are pouring in to fundraisers set up to help victims and their families.
The alleged gunman faced a felony gun charge that could have led to a lifetime ban on possessing a firearm if he was convicted. He was allowed to plead to a misdemeanor.
A fraternity president, a top-notch student and an aspiring pediatrician were the MSU students killed by a gunman in a campus attack. All three made huge impacts before their young lives were cut short.
Some Democratic lawmakers see a bill to declare a human right to water as a first step toward broader efforts to end the water shutoffs that plague low-income Michiganders.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has made climate action a priority for the coming legislative session. From renewable energy standards to EV regulations, here are several items that could be on the table.
Seasonal work at Michigan’s state and local parks was once a sought-after job. Now, parks across the state are struggling to find enough workers to keep programs running.
Visitors to public lands and outdoor recreation are overwhelmingly white. State land managers say they want to reduce this “nature gap,” while African-American and Latino groups are encouraging more exploration of Michigan waters and trails.
For two straight summers, residents of Detroit’s Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood watched water pour into basements and pool in streets, a result of coastal flooding that will become increasingly common throughout the Great Lakes as climate change progresses.