Authorities have closed the beach of a Lake Michigan state park after a grounded, stranded pleasure boat broke apart just offshore.
There won’t be a walkout in Walkerville.
Two more people have been charged in Detroit in an investigation of alleged genital mutilation against two girls in a Muslim sect.
Friday marks 50 years since an outbreak of ten tornadoes ravaged Michigan.
Warming up your car in the driveway might be a winter tradition, but a judge says it’s not legal in Roseville if no one’s behind the wheel.
You’ve raked the yard and dusted the house, but you may not have even thought about spring cleaning for your car — and that could cost you.
The update comes as university administrators finalize a balanced fiscal year 2018 budget.
The Michigan Senate has voted to provide property tax relief to people who inherit a home after the death of a close relative.
A hotel chain is warning customers after more than 1,200 of its locations were infected with malware, including 8 hotels in West Michigan.
The NWS issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Kalamazoo County until 2:15 p.m. and Calhoun County until 3 p.m.
The study by federal scientists shows widely used pesticides are harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species.
General Motors announced Thursday that it was shuttering operations in Venezuela after authorities seized its only factory.
On-call firefighters in Walkerville are threatening to walk out if the four boards that fund the department don’t approve their new budget.
A Minnesota girl who prosecutors say was taken to Michigan for a genital mutilation procedure has been allowed to return to her parents.
If you think a deceased loved one might have left a life insurance policy behind but you don’t know how to find it, the state can help.