Target 8 found enforcement and honor are sometimes in short supply on the Silver Line, costing The Rapid and taxpayers money.
A cat that was shot with a crossbow bolt has been released from veterinary care and is continuing to recover at a humane society.
Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign of the decades-old magazine, according to a report.
There were few clues at the scene where the remains were found, but investigators did find a Speedy Rewards card.
A new bill is designed to ensure more inmates are paroled after serving their minimum sentence, but not everyone supports it.
A family of three suddenly became a family of eight over the weekend after a Hawaii woman gave birth to quintuplets.
Grand Rapids police are searching for two men who robbed a restaurant on the city’s southeast side.
The merger will create the world’s biggest beer company and bring together top U.S. brands Budweiser and Miller Genuine Draft.
The ramp from southbound US-131 to westbound I-196 will be closed for bridge work for three days starting on Monday.
Michigan is close to joining other states that ban a powder product that makes alcoholic drinks when mixed with water.
The Flint City Council has approved spending $2 million toward temporarily reconnecting with Detroit’s water system amid a health emergency.
Kent County authorities are warning residents not to fall for phone scammers pretending to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
A Western Michigan student has admitted to making up a tale about being robbed on campus, school officials say.
The Michigan Wolverines roll into this Saturday’s showdown against Michigan State the 7.5-point favorite against the Spartans.
The state on Monday announced it has suspended the licenses of two West Michigan child care centers.
AAA Michigan says gas prices statewide have decreased for the first time in the past four weeks.
The state of Michigan and Hewlett-Packard are disagreeing about a $40 million computer program that is years past-due.
A Battle Creek man is dead after trying to outrun police.
State workers say they’ve discovered two more credit card skimmers attached to West Michigan gas pumps.
The Republican presidential candidate said during a stop in Kent County that he doesn’t see any reason to drop out of the race.
Several fire engines were called to a fire that destroyed Guevera Auto Repair in Grand Rapids.