The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office has identified the veteran deputy hit and killed during a two-county pursuit on Thanksgiving morning.
Retailers are offering deep price cuts this year to attract Black Friday shoppers.
Maneuvering through the maddening crowds is an adventure for some. But for others, it’s a job.
Ford Field will welcome five West Michigan football teams this weekend as the MHSAA State Finals take place on Friday and Saturday.
In the midst of millions of revelers, Rockford High School’s marching band got about 90 seconds to shine in New York City Thursday.
Franken’s rising trajectory has been interrupted by allegations he had physical contact with four women without their permission.
Some Republicans are hoping lawmakers will soon wrap up investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump thanked U.S. troops for their service on Thursday, assuring them “we’re really winning” against America’s foes.
Nearly 4,500 people showed up to take part in the annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot in downtown Grand Rapids Thursday.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office says the suspects used golf clubs to hit mailboxes in the Walker and Tallmadge Township areas.
The Vikings (9-2) took a huge step toward winning the NFC North, taking a three-game lead over the second-place Lions.
If fighting the Black Friday shopping crowds isn’t your thing, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources encourages you to hit the trail.
If fighting the Black Friday shopping crowds isn’t your thing, there’s a deal to be had in Michigan’s great outdoors.
If you think putting a Thanksgiving feast on the table for loved ones is a feat, try feeding more than 1,000 people.
The remains of a Michigan veteran killed during World War II have been recovered and will be returned home.
Authorities say an electrical overload involving a meat smoker may have sparked the flames.
As the holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday, shoppers may find some surprises at their favorite stores.
Move your feet before you eat: A record-setting number of people heeded that call Thanksgiving morning in downtown Grand Rapids.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned a Kalamazoo business for hours.
The Rockford High School marching band was among the many groups and floats taking part in this year’s Thanksgiving celebration.