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The man who police say shot and killed three students and left five more critically wounded at Michigan State University on Monday lived with his father on a quiet dead-end street in Lansing, Michigan, and had become increasingly angry and bitter since his mother’s death in September 2020 after a long illness, the father said.
James C. McKinley Jr. and Tracey Tully, New York Times
A press conference was held Tuesday at 8 a.m. with updates about Monday's mass shooting at Michigan State University that killed three people.
Kyra Jackson Bolden talks about what it means to make history on the Michigan state supreme court.
Protestors were seen with weapons among a small crowd in Michigan's state capitol.
A Fayetteville man has been charged in a Michigan crash that killed his 4-year-old daughter and seriously injured his wife and 8-year-old son.
Since Joe Biden was elected to be the next U.S. president, President Donald Trump has falsely claimed that voter fraud affected the outcome of the race. Now, Trump says millions of votes cast for him were deleted.
Daniel Funke and Samantha Putterman, PolitiFact reporters
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel holds a news conference in Michigan.
A Michigan judge holds a hearing on President Donald Trump's lawsuit over the election in that state. The campaign claims the state is processing ballots without allowing challengers to observe the entire process, including video of ballot boxes.
Deanna Hair is finally heading home after a months-long battle with coronavirus, warning others "COVID is real and it's deadly."
Japanese researchers deterimine SARS-CoV-2 virus can survive on human skin for nine hours.
Sign lined with razor blades placed in township right-of-way sends Michigan man to the hospital for 13 stitches.
Former nursing assistant Natisha Fudge contracted COVID-19 from a patient in May, then passed the virus on to her husband. Now she's donating a kidney to save his life.
Doctors studying the effects of COVID-19 say the pandemic has had major ripple effects into other areas of medicine, beyond the obvious.
The annual Worlds Longest Yard Sale, stretching from Michigan to Alabama, began Thursday, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
A Michigan bed & breakfast has taken down their Norwegian flag after it was repeatedly confused for a Confederate flag.
Michigan police are working to identify a man who punched two restaurant workers after being asked to wear a mask.
Judge rules Michigan teen jailed after failing to complete school work while on probation will remain in custody until September. (Video from WDIV)
Police say a Michigan man denied service at a store after refusing to wear a mask stabbed another customer and later lunged at a deputy with a knife before he was shot to death Tuesday.
Beating pneumonia and COVID-19, Margaret Rohl defied all the odds and was able to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Matthew Beebe says he was compelled to turn around and help when he saw smoke rising from the crash.
A white couple from Michigan was arrested after pulling a gun on a Black family at a Chipotle.
Robert Regan is making his third bid for a seat in Michigan's state house. His daughters are asking people not to vote for him.
A couple in Fennville, Michigan, has planted poppies on their farm to honor their deceased son.
Michigan woman finds urn containing mother's ashes weeks after her home was swept away by flood waters.