Rep. Al Pscholka chairs the House Appropriations Committee and talked about the process of passing the budget.
Customers at Meijer stores throughout the Midwest were unable to use their credit or debit cards due to a network outage.
In a last minute vote, Congress voted to avoid a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security Friday night.
The attorneys for the plaintiffs involved in the gay marriage case to go before the Supreme Court held a news conference after filing openin…
Seventeen Detroit-area residents have been indicted in connection with a series of smash-and-grab robberies at jewelry stores in a half-doze…
A new bill introduced in the state Senate would ban the sale of certain beauty products containing plastic microbeads in Michigan.
Efforts to help people with mental health issues are often fought on two fronts: Treatments and battling stigma.
According to Storm Team 8, this month will easily break the record for the coldest February ever in West Michigan.
Billy Dean Rowe was jailed for three nights on a child porn charge; a crime he didn’t commit. Now the actual suspect can’t be charged.
The Michigan DNR says 20 projects are getting more than $4 million as part of efforts to fight invasive species.
Consumers Energy is warning customers about a scammer calling customers, demanding an immediate payment over the phone using a prepaid credi…
A year after she was supposedly left to die in a trash can, Foxy the dog is thriving in New Era, Michigan.
A state lawmaker wants a law removing the statue of limitations for criminal sexual conduct cases involving minors to become retroactive.
A big gathering of Boy Scouts in downtown Grand Rapids attracted a potential presidential candidate as a keynote speaker.
Two West Michigan companies will pay $1 million to settle allegations of false Medicare claims.
One political expert in Lansing says those in favor of May’s statewide ballot proposal to raise money for roads have an uphill battle.