The Michigander who was the lone winner of last week’s $310.5 million Powerball game will reveal herself Tuesday.
A woman who says she survived a beating and rape said she’s thankful to be alive, but she’s worried she was not the only victim.
A barn in southeastern Michigan suddenly has become a natural history museum since bones from a woolly mammoth were discovered.
Here are ten ArtPrize entries that tap into all of your senses.
A 27-year-old man was critically injured following a shooting in Oshtemo Township.
General Mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios saying the cereal is incorrectly labeled gluten-free.
A man was sentenced on Monday for the murder of his girlfriend at an Oshtemo Township apartment complex.
This year, only one ArtPrize entry managed to make it onto both the Jurors’ ShortList and into the public vote’s Final 20.
Residents of Flint are getting free water filters from the state, as local officials take steps to ensure safe drinking water.
All McDonald’s restaurants across the country will begin serving breakfast all-day starting on Tuesday.
Not even record flooding can stop the fire ants in South Carolina.
California’s governor signed a controversial bill allowing terminally ill Californians to legally take their own lives.
The northbound US-131 ramp to eastbound I-196 in Grand Rapids has reopened following a crash, according to MDOT.
Detroit fell to 0-4 for its worst start since 2010, and the Lions’ schedule offers little relief going forward.
Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered flags lowered to half-staff in honor of the nine people shot and killed at an Oregon college last week.
Members of the Plainfield Township Fire Department are wearing pink shirts this October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Officials say an exotic insect called the Swede midge has turned up in Michigan for the first time.
What may the biggest name in college athletics stopped in West Michigan Monday afternoon.
A man who received community support after his baby became ill decided to pay it forward by roofing a Grand Rapids family’s home.
Jurors will soon begin hearing the case against a woman accused of killing her 18-month-old daughter.
Sheriff’s officials in Eaton County are searching for the person who shot a cat with a crossbow.