This story has been updated to include a statement from Gov. Rick Snyder's spokesperson.
LANSING – Video of a traffic stop that prompted allegations of HIV discrimination and drew national attention has now resulted in the Dearborn, Mich., Police Department agreeing to a new round of H
LANSING, Mich -- Fox 2 Detroit has interviewed Shalandra Jones, the woman at the center of a controversy related to a traffic stop in Dearborn, Mich., in August.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Nearly half of HIV-positive respondents to a recently released survey on HIV criminalization say they believe they will not receive a fair hearing in the criminal justice system i
LANSING -- The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday said the massive oil spill that contaminated nearly 40 miles of the Kalamazoo River in Michigan could have been avoided.
LANSING -- The federal government has indicted an owner and a manager of a Texas-based company for allegedly conspiring to violate immigration laws.
LANSING -- Michigan Republicans ousted long-standing National Committeemen Saul Anuzis this weekend, instead opting for a right-wing state lawmaker who has sparked controversy on numerous issues, i
LANSING -- A government contractor in Michigan violated the state’s data security policies in its handling of thousands of pages of information relating to people living with HIV, a state investiga
The Michigan Department of Community Health is investigating whether private health information pertaining to thousands HIV-positive residents and their partners was improperly released, documents