A federal judge in California is allowing a lawsuit accusing Fiat Chrysler of cheating on emissions tests to proceed. Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne denies that the company purposely tried to cheat with emissions tests.
A new audit of the state's computer network is accusing the state's Department of Technology of leaving the network vulnerable to hackers and other intrusions. The department failed to adequately limit access to the network.
State officials have shut down the pharmacy inside a Detroit supermarket. The drugstore inside Glory Supermarket on Eight Mile Road was targeted after officials found it had one of the highest rates of dispensing prescription drugs including oxycodone.
Clean up at the former Zephyr Oil Refinery on the Muskegon Lake should begin this spring. Federal and state environmentalists said they're hoping to complete a large chunk of the project this year.
The City of Detroit has given 25 businesses grants to make improvements to the exterior of their buildings. The Motor City Re-Store Grants are distributed by the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation.
Students from Baker College of Flint's Cyber Security program have won a top honor in the state for the third year in a row. Students won the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network state championship in February.
Three animals were killed in a barn fire. A barn caught fire in the 8300 block of Churchill Road north of Jackson. The homeowner says three goats, a mother and two babies, were killed in the blaze.
People are flocking to Mackinaw City to see nature’s ice creations. Blue ice is mainly found in the polar regions, but it appears on the shores of Mackinaw City every few years.