After the suicides of three teens in West Michigan within the last month, parents may want speak to their children about the topic.
Every other night is bath night for 76-year-old Lela Lovelace, which means packing an overnight bag and leaving her home in Flint.
Detroit Sen. Virgil Smith has agreed to resign after beginning a 10-month sentence in the Wayne County Jail this week.
A study says hundreds of miles of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron shoreline are at risk of contamination if oil pipelines rupture.
Ford says it’s recalling about 38,000 Transit vans because the side curtain air bags may not protect people properly in a crash.
New estimates from a state department show fewer Michigan infants dying while the state develops policies to save more babies.
By Wednesday night, online readers had voted Snyder the worst of the people on Fortune Magazine’s list by a wide margin.
The Detroit Zoo is getting ready to open a new home for its penguins.
The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal to seek a new judge in the murder case against Sean Phillips.
The mayor of Warren says police are investigating how several cases of Whopper hamburgers disappeared from the back of a delivery truck.
Facebook posts and emails of people who died could be accessed by a person designated in a will under new laws.
Gas prices increased by as much as about 40 cents across West Michigan on Tuesday.
The Michigan Supreme Court is dipping a toe into the murky, tumultuous intersection of church independence and contract law.
A city official says he intended to treat Flint’s drinking water with anti-corrosive chemicals but was overruled by a state regulator.
The man police say shot arrows at officers has pleaded guilty but mentally ill to two counts of assault with intent to murder.