Man Cleared Of Rape After 35 Years Gets $1.7 MillionA man wrongly convicted of rape was awarded $1.7 million on Wednesday under a new Michigan law that allowed him to seek state compensation for the 35 years he spent in prison.
B1G Announces 2017-18 Conference OpponentsThe Big Ten Conference announced the conference opponents for the 2017-18 men’s basketball season today.
Michigan Capital Rescinds Calling Itself 'Sanctuary City'Michigan's capital on Wednesday reversed a decision to call itself a "sanctuary city" that protects immigrants, bowing to pressure from a business community concerned that the term would draw unwanted attention to Lansing from President Donald Trump's administration and cost the city federal funding.
Water Lead-Level Falls Below Federal Limit In FlintFlint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit, a key finding that Michigan environmental officials said Tuesday was good news for a city whose 100,000 residents have been grappling with the man-made water crisis.
Sheriff Puts Self Behind Bars To Learn About JailA new Michigan sheriff has put himself behind bars to help learn more about how his county jail works.
Ralph Russo Of The Associated Press On College Football Rivalries And RankingsRalph Russo of the Associated Press joined Ed and Rob to talk about college football rivalries and rankings.
Maryland Hopes Lightning Strikes Twice As Coach Durkin Returns To Ann ArborThe Terrapins shocked the Wolverines 23-16 in 2014 and hope lightning strikes twice at the Big House as Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin returns to Ann Arbor, where he was the defensive coordinator in 2015.
No. 2 Michigan Faces Maryland, Former Defensive CoordinatorMaryland has an opportunity to become bowl-eligible with a stunning, signature win.
2-Year-Old Boy Finds Rifle in Closet, Wounds Baby SisterAuthorities say a 2-year-old boy found a rifle in a closet at his western Michigan home and fired several shots, wounding his 4-month-old sister in the arm.
Court Rules Man Treated for Mental Illness Can Have a GunA Michigan man who can't buy a gun because he was briefly treated for mental health problems in the 1980s has won a key decision from a federal appeals court, which says the burden is on the government to justify a lifetime ban against him.
Man Cuts Marriage Proposal Visible From Plane In Farm FieldA man cut a marriage proposal that's visible from the air into a field at his family's farm in Michigan.
Arizona Man Wins Michigan Cherry Pit Spitting ContestA man nicknamed "Pellet Gun" has won a cherry pit spitting contest in southwestern Michigan for the 16th time.