Six kinds of hummus sold in Michigan are being recalled due to a listeria concern.
Two suspects in photos released by the FBI are no longer persons of interest in the cross-state jewelry store robberies.
The bankruptcy legislation commits $195 million in state money to prevent deeper cuts in retiree pensions and the sale of city-owned art.
A young man who killed a 4-year-old boy has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison, the maximum under his plea agreement.
Police will be implementing Operation Care, an effort that focuses on aggressive and impaired driving and failure to use seat belts.
Warner Bros. Pictures says filming has started in Detroit for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” starring Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck.
An economics expert thinks JPMorgan Chase’s investment in Detroit will be good for the entire state.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department says an arrest in the Detroit area led to confessions to 20 business break-ins here in West Michigan.
The state found that staff did not break ACT and MME rules, but may have “violated the spirit” of test policies.
The USDA says some ground beef carrying E. coli may have been distributed to at least one West Michigan grocery store.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is suspending as much road work as possible this weekend to ease Memorial Day travel.
A new task force will be patrolling the Muskegon River in Newaygo County to cut down on those who break the law.
Effective May 23, seasonal weight restrictions on all MI trunkline highways lifted.
JPMorgan Chase plans to speed up Detroit’s economic recovery by investing over the next five years.
A 49-year-old a Detroit foster home worker returns to court May 30 for her role in the videotaped beating of a disabled woman.
A Hesperia teacher is on paid administrative leave and under investigation by the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office.