Joshua Davis made it to the season finale of “The Voice,” but in the end, America didn’t choose him to win NBC’s hit singing competition.
Egg prices have surged higher as the death of millions of hens from bird flu is beginning to tighten supplies.
The now-closed Fremont plant that turned food scraps into green energy faces a lawsuit claiming it owes its builder nearly $5 million.
Experts say gas prices for the holiday weekend are expected to be the cheapest in several years.
A man and his family used almost $187 million it collected for cancer patients to spend on themselves, federal officials alleged.
Honda, Toyota and nine other automakers have recalled 17 million vehicles in the U.S. and more than 36 million worldwide due to the recall.
Local governments in Michigan are closer to facing a prohibition on setting local minimum wages or other requirements for employers.
Brownies, doughnuts and other sweets could be part of school bake sales again under legislation headed to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk.
A new report released Tuesday shows Michigan’s rural roads are among the worst in the country.
A 30-year-old Michigan man has been arraigned on child abuse charges after police say he used waterboarding to punish a 5-year-old.
The president announced local police will no longer be able to obtain some military surplus items from the federal government.
A food waste-to-energy plant touted as the first of its kind in the nation has closed a little more than two years after it opened.
The Outdoor Farmers Market at the Downtown Market in Grand Rapids opens Saturday with the help of dozens of local farms.
The parents of a teenager found dead inside a Barry County silo have reached a settlement with the farm.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday offered up a list of reforms for Michigan’s criminal justice system.
Police have identified the man who was found dead at his home near Sand Lake last week and his wife, who was seriously hurt.