A number of West Michigan counties are under a winter storm warning or winter weather advisory.
Target 8 uncovers how a simple code can leave you with a surprise doctor’s bill, and the conversation that can make all the difference.
A federal judge who ordered Michigan to start a second look at presidential votes has dropped his decision, effectively ending the recount.
It was a packed house at a special meeting of the Paw Paw school board to discuss a proposal to change the district’s controversial mascot.
A divided Michigan House has approved tougher ID requirements for voters.
The U.S. surgeon general is calling e-cigarettes an emerging public health threat to the nation’s youth.
The father of Rebekah Bletsch is concerned about how Willis’ defense attorney is talking about Jessica Heeringa.
As we mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, fewer and fewer of those who witnessed the tragedy are still with us.
Despite the anticipated drop in new jobs, W.E. Upjohn Institute expects general employment to rise 1.1 percent statewide.
Internal documents shed light on the allegations made against the Ada Township fire chief and what the township’s investigators found.
The Grand Rapids Griffins’ streak continues.
Authorities say a Muskegon man had been drinking before a car crash in Ferrysburg Wednesday morning.
Kemba Walker scored 14 points in the fourth quarter and Nic Batum posted his third straight double-double.
A teen with autism who ran away from home has been located and is safe.
A Battle Creek man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly firing a gun during a road rage incident.
Kalamazoo police are investigating after two children said they were approached by a stranger.
The co-pilot had a blood alcohol level nearly four times above the legal limit when he was arrested at a Michigan airport, police say.
No one was injured after a vehicle crashed into a Grand Rapids apartment building Wednesday evening.
Authorities have charged two juveniles for starting the wildfire that killed 14 people and destroyed or damaged more than 1,700 buildings.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen a retired general to run the department, sources said Wednesday.