President Donald Trump opened his political rally in Phoenix with calls for unity and an assertion that “our movement is about love.
One person was killed in a crash in Walker Tuesday night, police said.
Systems to stop cars from drifting into another lane or warn drivers of vehicles in their blind spots are living up to their potential.
A record number of Michigan school districts received waivers to head back to school before Labor Day.
The commander of the Navy’s Asia-based 7th Fleet was dismissed Wednesday.
A 21-year-old man drowned in a closed Grand Rapids public pool Tuesday morning, police say.
The future of a historic Rockford bar that went up in flames last week may be more clear in the coming days.
Rev. Clifton Rhodes Jr. has stood behind the pulpit at Messiah Missionary Baptist Church in Grand Rapids for nearly half a century.
Authorities say someone cut a screen door to break in to a home north of Holland as its residents slept.
Mid-Michigan authorities will be offering high school football spectators the chance to get rid of opioid medications.
The Tigers’ Matthew Boyd (5-7) allowed seven runs and seven hits in 2 1/3 innings.
If it weren’t for signs posted nearby, passersby might have thought there was a major emergency unfolding at the Newaygo County courthouse.
Lake Michigan and surrounding bodies of water are seeing high water levels, sending water crashing over piers and onto land.
Rumors are spreading that Dollar General wants to buy a long-vacant historical building in Colon and tear it down.
About 350,000 Americans suffer sudden cardiac arrest annually. Doctors say only one person out of 10 will survive.
The driver of a car that slammed into a Kalamazoo Metro Transit bus in May was arraigned Tuesday.
A man suspected of committing a string of robberies in two states has been offered a plea agreement.
The City of Grand Rapids is experimenting with ways to relieve parking shortages in its neighborhood business districts.
Grand Rapids firefighters are hoping to add a drone to their equipment inventory — and not just for battling fires.
A Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety cruiser was involved in a crash at Rose and South streets in Kalamazoo Tuesday.