A 17-year-old driver was killed Wednesday morning after losing control of her vehicle and colliding with oncoming traffic.
Tax breaks that would secure a high-tech data storage company’s move to West Michigan have cleared their first legislative hurdle.
Two Pontiac men allegedly attacked a man with cerebral palsy, recording it on the victim’s cellphone and posting the video online.
A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to smuggling or attempting to smuggle thousands of turtles from southeastern Michigan.
The University of Michigan is launching a national search for its next athletic director.
Gov. Snyder is calling for bipartisan group of state and federal authorities to take up concerns about the Syrian refugee screening process.
A Greenville man was arrested in connection to a road rage incident on a highway in Isabella County.
A Meijer store in Sterling Heights was evacuated Monday night after a customer made a comment about ISIS to an employee.
New regulations for how the state issues concealed handgun licenses go into effect on Tuesday.
The Michigan Legislature returns to work Tuesday for what could be either a very busy or rather lackluster few days of session.
There will be changes to I-94 in Kalamazoo County after the massive January pileups that left one person dead and nearly two dozen hurt.
Authorities in Osceola County are looking for the owner of an SUV that was discovered in the Muskegon River.
Michigan’s gas prices dipped Sunday to become the lowest in the country — but it won’t be long until they go back up.
An inflatable dome has collapsed at Eastern Michigan University, forcing high school soccer players and parents to scramble to safety.
A 62-year-old Lake Michigan ferry has departed a Michigan port for a checkup across the water in Wisconsin.