Paul Haan says the latest moves in Lansing lays down a road map for prevention, but there’s still a lot more to do.
A hacker has gained access to MSU records of up to 400,000 current and former students and employees.
Officers say two people are in custody for a series of crimes, including swastikas spray-painted on an empty storefront near Albion College.
A judge has dismissed a misconduct charge against a former Michigan state lawmaker who quit office amid a sex scandal last year.
Catholic leaders in Detroit are planning their first synod — or assembly — in more than 45 years.
The number of women smoke while pregnant has increased across the state, a report released Thursday shows.
Get ready, West Michigan. This winter is expected to start sooner than last year.
Tire shops are busy, and they will be even more once the snow starts to fall with customers shopping for snow tires.
While West Michigan winters can be brutal, they’re also beautiful on the Great Lakes, thanks in part to some unusual ice displays.
In two weeks, the Michigan Legislature will return to Lansing to take care of unfinished business.
Houston police say longtime U.S. Rep. John Conyers’ youngest son, who was reported missing this week, has been found safe.
Michigan will consider requiring all infants and toddlers to be tested for lead in the wake of Flint’s water crisis.
A children’s shoe sold only at Meijer is being recalled.
A state legislator is launching a review of child protection laws after Target 8 exposed a pattern of drug-positive babies dying.
The legislation is meant to provide people facing mental health issues with access to intervention and treatment earlier.