A nearly 25-year veteran of the Kent County Sheriff’s Department was killed in a car crash early Sunday, authorities say.
With apple blossoms reaching full bloom, a frost expected overnight could threaten apple orchards across West Michigan.
Lake Superior State University says school President Thomas Pleger has died following brain surgery. He was 48.
Volunteers came out on Sunday to build a ramp so a veteran could get in and out of his rural Mecosta County home.
A new forensic anthropology major will include what school officials call the world’s first cold-weather “body farm.”
Authorities say wind shoved a small airplane off the runway at an airport just outside of Big Rapids on Sunday morning.
State officials are encouraging visits to some of Michigan’s premier wetland areas during May, which is American Wetlands Month.
A Michigan lawmaker has drafted legislation that aims to eliminate the state’s pistol registration mandate.
Employees at MC Sports confirm that the company’s final day in business was Sunday.
Gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan could find themselves in the crosshairs of hunters as soon as this fall.
A Michigan man accused of poisoning unpackaged food at grocery stores has been ordered to undergo mental health treatment.
Lawmakers’ renewed push to do away with pensions for newly hired teachers will become a reality only if they can persuade Gov. Snyder.
An elected official in northern Michigan is serving a 90-day jail sentence after he allegedly forged documents to impress a mistress.
Michigan residents can now buy 60-year-old grated metal pieces of the original Mackinac Bridge from an online auction.
Three people were taken to the hospital after their boat overturned on a Mason County lake.