Plans to be announced Tuesday will create 4,000 jobs in Lansing and Orion Township, boosting Michigan's efforts to compete amid industry's transition.
The pandemic forced professionals to work from home instead of the office, but it didn't stop chief project engineer Nichole Kraatz and her team.
The sentence marks a downfall for a member of Detroit's new generation of leaders who rose to prominence after the conviction of Kwame Kilpatrick.
About 1,050 people will share in the settlement with the University of Michigan, ending one of the nation's biggest sex abuse scandals.
With a question still unanswered about his son's death, Steve Kiefer works to have motorists put down their cellphones and watch the road.
Property improvements would start in July this year and construction would be completed by December 2025 -- markers of GM's pivot to electrification.
The justices let stand a ruling by the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals upholding the government termination of their pension plans.
The rules will make thousands of drivers ineligible for cross-border shipments, worsening a shortage as the transportation industry is already tight.
Plans for the first Detroit show since January 2019 are developing as the state legislature approved $9 million to help restart the event.