Normally in February, when we forecast 1 to 3 inches of precipitation, we are talking snow. But for the next few days, it will be rain.
The West Michigan Whitecaps are putting out a call for an organist to play live during games at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Authorities are investigating after a man was found dead on a road in Ionia County.
The U.S. has three teams in contention for a medal in the short program for ice dancing in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Consumers Energy tells The Associated Press that the Michigan utility will stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040.
Fergie tried something different with her national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game, and not everybody was cheering.
Police say a missing 8-year-old Van Buren County boy has been found safe, but family members say it was all a misunderstanding.
There’s a lot of fist-bumping going on around the Olympic Winter Games lately, especially with hockey players.
The warnings around Cruz seemed to flash like neon signs, but in Florida, it wasn’t enough to request a judicial order.
Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.
What’s it like to be the parent of a kid who is the best of the best in the eyes of the world?
Golf is extremely popular in South Korea and this place is not purely an arcade. This is full swings, full chips and even putts.
During the Olympics, the athletes who get the most attention, but there are thousands of people who made the trip to work behind the scenes.
Check out photos of Alex and Maia Shibutani competing in short dance at South Korea 2018.
There’s an American in Pyeongchang who’s looking to make the experience for thousands of fans not only easier, but a whole lot better.
As the nation mourned, President Donald Trump kept largely silent about the Florida school shooting victims.
The Americans have done their part, playing their way back into the only women’s hockey game that matters.
Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir lead the ice dance competition at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Dozens of people read the names of loved ones and showed their photos at a Sunday vigil for victims of gun violence.
Anthony Mantha and Henrik Zetterberg scored for Detroit.