Authorities are asking people to stay off the ice as temperatures start to rise.
The Federal Aviation Administration has given Michigan State Police permission to use an aerial drone.
The last of three Siberian huskies inside a van when it was stolen in Michigan is safe and sound.
Former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin plans to join a Detroit law firm as senior counsel and will advise businesses on government investigations.
General Motors is agreeing to a $5 billion stock buyback, heading off a proxy fight with a group of hedge funds.
The Michigan Republican Party has a new chairman: Ronna Romney McDaniel has taken over the leadership role.
Yvette Cormier told WNEM she complained after a transgender person walked into the woman’s locker room while she was changing.
A grant from a local foundation aims to help the undocumented immigrant children who fled from Central America to West Michigan.
A Grand Rapids man allegedly wrote bad checks to buy thousands of dollars worth of postage stamps that he would then resell.
Spring is the season most prone to flooding in West Michigan.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 703,000 minivans and SUVs to replace faulty ignition switches.
A 20-year-old man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and armed robbery in the slaying of a MSU student at his off-campus apartment.
A once-a-year viewing of an underwater crucifix beneath the surface of Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay is scheduled for Saturday.
The FBI is offering a $25,000 reward for information that solves the shooting of a federal judge.
Two people from West Michigan have been appointed to a state commission aimed at tackling human trafficking in Michigan.
The Attorney General’s Office and Mason County prosecutor don’t want Judge Peter Wadel to preside over Sean Phillips’s murder trial.