The family of a man killed in a crash has filed a lawsuit against both the drunk driver and the Ada Township bar that served him.
Firefighters found the remains of one person and were searching for a second after a house exploded in a rural area north of Auburn Hills.
Another massive cyberattack is made its rounds this week, working to steal your personal information.
An East Grand Rapids contractor is headed to trial for allegedly taking clients’ money but never finishing the work he was hired to do.
Jurors Wednesday heard detectives’ interview with the 19-year-old man accused of murder in the beating death of a driver.
Drivers will be able to leave their vehicles running unattended on private property under legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
In Michigan, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing and Flint will receive a share of $4.2 million to implement programs tackling racism.
A West Michigan Vietnam veteran is having the expense of a new roof taken off his shoulders.
Police say the fatal fall of an electrician at the Little Caesars Arena worksite in Detroit is being investigated as a possible suicide.
A 12-week coding education program in Grand Rapids this fall is focused on increasing the number of women in the technology industry.
The Dayton Dragons blanked the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Ballpark Wednesday.
The Tigers’ Daniel Norris (4-6) permitted five runs and eight hits in 3 2/3 innings. Six of those hits came in the fourth.
Whitehall native Laura Kueny has spent the past seven years chasing the dream of being a regular on the LPGA tour.
Portage police are investigating after a woman says she was grabbed by a stranger while jogging at Lakeview Park.
Authorities are investigating thefts at multiple car dealerships across Michigan.
The Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police honored an officer who pursued a suspect even after being shot at and temporarily deafened.
The man who authorities say stole a car, led police on a chase and sparked a large search in Kalamazoo County on Tuesday has been charged.
Legislation headed to the floor of the U.S. House would prevent nuclear waste from being stored in the Great Lakes Basin.
The Michigan Senate has given final approval to legislation raising registration taxes and safety training fees for motorcyclists.
The recent discovery of a live Asian carp closer than ever before to the Great Lakes has promoted a bipartisan reaction in Washington.