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A year after she was supposedly left to die in a trash can, Foxy the dog is thriving in New Era, Michigan.
A state lawmaker wants a law removing the statue of limitations for criminal sexual conduct cases involving minors to become retroactive.
A big gathering of Boy Scouts in downtown Grand Rapids attracted a potential presidential candidate as a keynote speaker.
Two West Michigan companies will pay $1 million to settle allegations of false Medicare claims.
One political expert in Lansing says those in favor of May’s statewide ballot proposal to raise money for roads have an uphill battle.
Lexus is the most dependable car brand for the fourth consecutive year in rankings that increasingly hinge on high-tech features.
The state House has begun approving a variety of bills changing how gun possession and use are regulated in Michigan.
MDOT has put together an estimate of what each city and county will receive if a statewide measure is approved.
The state has agreed to spend $4 million to a program that helps prisoners overturn their convictions and sue the state.
Snow and wind made travel difficult in parts of Michigan on Tuesday, forcing officials to shut down the Mackinac Bridge for a time.
The sight of an icy Lake Michigan is particularly enchanting — but that ice is dangerous.
Citing a higher than average unemployment rate for veterans, two Michigan lawmakers are rolling out a plan to put them to work.
Ferris State University says it’s received a $5 million gift, the largest in the Big Rapids school’s history.
Monday marked the fifth time this month a record cold temperature was set.
Mental health patients are being locked up in West Michigan jails every day, and it costs taxpayers big bucks.