One child was killed and another was seriously injured after being ejected from a vehicle during a crash in Kalamazoo Friday morning.
Federal and state investigators have begun working to find what caused the wreck on Wednesday, the fair’s opening day.
Five people have been rescued from Lake Michigan after being unable to get back to shore while swimming in rough water along Indiana.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Friday ordered a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia.
A driver was hospitalized following a single-vehicle crash early Friday morning.
The largest bounce house in the world kicks off its 15-city U.S. tour at Berlin Raceway in Marne this weekend.
Unable to pass even a so-called “skinny repeal,” it was unclear if Senate Republicans could advance any health bill.
“It won’t give them an unfair advantage because I’m not going to talk about the case,” defense attorney Brian Hosticka told 24 Hour News 8.
New court documents say that a Grand Rapids police phone line marked “non recorded” may have been recorded as far back as 2010.
A man was listed in good condition at the hospital after being shot in the head Thursday night, Battle Creek police say.
The West Michigan Whitecaps snapped a two-game losing streak with a win over the Fort Wayne Tincaps Thursday.
Beachgoers are being warned that E. coli levels in the water at Pere Marquette Park are slightly higher than normal safe levels.
Authorities say a police officer has died after being shot multiple times while responding to a crash on the south side of Indianapolis.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law making roadway donations legal after the attorney general said Michigan’s traffic code didn’t allow them.
As a speech pathologist working with babies and toddlers, Emily Goudreault has seen the benefits sign language can provide.
Muskegon officials have a request for the beachgoing public: Unless there’s an emergency, keep your hands off our lifesaving gear.
Wednesday’s disaster at the Ohio State Fair underlines the potential dangers of traveling carnival rides.
When Troy and Emily Bloomquist found out their first child was going to be a boy, Troy immediately wanted to name him “Ryder”.
Norton Shores police are sponsoring a program teaching women how to defend themselves and how to avoid attacks in the first place.
The Grand Rapids 911 Call Center is looking to add two or three emergency communications operators to its full-time staff.