The state had to find a way to work around a computer system glitch to give a married same-sex couple the benefits they qualify for.
Power to the old tornado warning siren in White Cloud has been cut and there are no plans to replace it.
Spring is here in West Michigan, but some people may still be concerned about their winter heating bills.
A federal judge says parts of Michigan’s sex offender registry law are unconstitutional.
Michigan State University is taking its search for answers about sexual misconduct directly to the student body.
A federal appeals court has upheld a judge’s ruling that bars a central Michigan city from enforcing a bans on charity collection bins.
Students from Davenport, Aquinas and Cornerstone colleges are offering free last-minute tax preparation help for low-income households.
J.D. Martinez of the Detroit Tigers has hit the first home run of the 2015 baseball season.
A Mason County judge has declined to recuse himself from hearing the trial of Sean Phillips despite a complaint from prosecutors.
Monday is the last day to register to vote for the May 5 election in which voters will decide whether or not to approve more money to fix ro…
Michigan State University is emailing a questionnaire Monday to its 50,000 students about their experiences with sexual misconduct.
The Michigan state legislature is on spring break, but “To The Point” isn’t.
After MSU’s loss to Duke, hundreds of students gathered in an apartment complex that has become known for issues in the past.
A crowd that included legalized marijuana advocates and an untold number of users gathered Saturday at the University of Michigan.
Biggby Coffee has informed customers of a security breach that may have resulted in the disclosure of personal information.
Police say a man is dead, seven people were injured when a taxi heading to a casino hit a vehicle in mid-Michigan.