“There is a lot of nervousness, a lot of desperation. … This is the worst thing I have ever seen in my life, the worst.”
Stafford’s pass to Tate was ruled to be just short of the goal line, overturning the call on the field and allowing the Falcons to win.
Republicans gathered on Mackinac Island this weekend for their biennial leadership conference.
Authorities say a young Detroit man who was released from prison last year has been shot in the leg.
A gunman entered a Tennessee church and opened fire, killing at least one person and injuring seven before apparently shooting himself.
Grand Rapids police are investigating a shooting outside The Orbit Room for the second weekend in a row.
Detroit Lions owner Martha Firestone Ford released a statement responding to President Trump’s comments on athlete protests.
President Trump’s criticism of players who protest during the national anthem incited a mass increase in such activism Sunday.
AG Schuette’s march toward the Republican nomination for governor may be smooth because it’s uncertain if his presumptive rival will run.
One member of Grandville’s football team is hoping to put himself in that class of players who will advance to the next level.
Metro Health’s 25th Vitality Gala featured an evening honoring the child life services endowment of Metro Health Hospital.
Van Buren County sheriff’s deputies are searching for a missing woman who they say may be endangered.
A man is facing charges after authorities say he drove into a crowd outside a North Carolina nightclub.
The NFL’s players and owners are frequently at odds over the issues, finances and rules of the game.
A group of college students in West Michigan are working with the American Cancer Society to fight cancer.
Compassionate Heart Ministry discussed their mission of teaching inclusion and creating lasting friendships for people with disabilities.
Zack Granite hit his first major league home run, a three-run drive that capped an eight-run eighth inning for the Minnesota Twins in a win.
The heat Saturday nearly claimed another victim Saturday, Thornapple-Kellogg High School’s homecoming dance.
Power was restored to thousands of people in the city of Grand Haven Saturday.
About 120 people were arrested — most for failing to disperse — about two hours after vandals broke windows and threw items at police.