Lake Michigan hit its lowest water mark ever in January 2013. Two years later, the lake has seen what some call an unparalleled turnaround.
Gov. Rick Snyder is promoting apprenticeships in the skilled trades as a way to ensure students and others can fill in-demand jobs.
A man has apologized before being sentenced to 25 to 50 years in prison for his involvement in a shooting of a University of Michigan medica…
A Big Rapids man is accused of trying to kill two police officers after he allegedly shot an arrow at them.
Snyder announced plans to “dramatically” restructure state government and renewed his call for a sales tax hike to improve roads.
Gov. Rick Snyder has unfinished business from his 2014 State of the State address, after a year of achieving mixed results.
Finding out how your tax dollars are being spent just got cheaper.
The new year brought with it a new speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives.
Gov. Snyder has signed a bill to help firefighters who develop cancer on the job, but says he’s concerned the measure lacks funding.
Crowds of people are swarming the displays at the North American International Auto Show, which is open to the public for nine days.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children announced their partnership with Facebook this week.
Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed bills that would prohibit e-cigarettes from being regulated as tobacco products under Michigan law.
Authorities are working to determine whether the body of a newborn found at a recycling center is that of a missing Lansing-area baby.
The man who apparently killed his daughter, nearly decapitating her, had watched “murder/porn” that morning, the victim’s mom said.
Michigan residents who buy from online retailers will be forced to pay the state’s 6 percent sales tax starting in October.
For every nameplate at the auto show in Detroit, there are dozens of parts suppliers. Many of those call West Michigan home.