Two people from West Michigan have been appointed to a state commission aimed at tackling human trafficking in Michigan.
The Attorney General’s Office and Mason County prosecutor don’t want Judge Peter Wadel to preside over Sean Phillips’s murder trial.
It’s been a while, but warm air is finally on the way for West Michigan.
State wildlife experts say that coyotes have expanded into our area in the last 30 or so years, but there’s no reason to be concerned.
The U.S. Coast Guard says a man’s plan to walk from Detroit to Toronto ended in the middle of frozen Lake St. Clair, when an icebreaker spot…
The Supreme Court will hear arguments over same-sex marriage on April 28.
A Grandville man faces charges of allegedly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old in northwestern Michigan.
A package of bills allowing religious objections for adoptions is making its way back through Michigan’s House.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation giving state officials rather than counties the authority to approve concealed weapons licenses.
The Girl Scouts have released a statement saying some councils are experiencing delays due to an increase in demand.
Michigan’s film incentives could be coming to an end with a bill moving through the state House.
State police say Jim Harbaugh has taken a break from rescuing Michigan’s football team to come to the aid of some SUV crash victims.
Michigan officials are seeking volunteers to join the annual frog and toad survey, entering its 20th year.
Authorities say two teenagers who were reportedly abducted at gunpoint from an Indianapolis home have been released unharmed.
Michigan has more than 3,000 laws on the books — and one group of legislators says that’s just too many.
“If there’s a quota, rest assured, I will not tolerate it,” Sheriff Hedlund said.