Loved ones will say their final goodbyes Tuesday to a 11-year-old boy who took his own life after a prank gone wrong.
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash held a town hall meeting in Cedar Springs on Monday, the first of three set for this week in West Michigan.
A judge has reinstated sexual assault charges against former Michigan State basketball star Mateen Cleaves.
Cindy Gamrat of Allegan County says she was illegally expelled from the House and deserves back pay.
A semi-truck and another vehicle caught fire after a three-car crash on a stretch of M-37 south of Hastings on Monday afternoon.
Investigators are still trying to get answers about a plane crash involving a University of Michigan student who is still missing.
A Big Rapids family who lost a husband and father on the Muskegon River last year is urging other boaters to be cautious on the water.
Authorities say they’ve arrested three people after a 40-mile high-speed chase across multiple Michigan counties.
Larry Nassar must pay $100,000 if he wants to reapply. His license was revoked Thursday by Michigan regulators.
Michigan’s AG wants a Texas-based clothing donation bin operator to change the way it labels bins for the Michigan Humane Society.
The court that serves Michigan’s largest county can’t compete with the first home game for the Detroit Tigers.
An Oxford University study found that a big chunk of the news shared on Twitter in Michigan was from bad sources.
General Motors is holding to its 2017 profit forecast despite some headwinds in the key U.S. market.
An Ontario company wants to store waste from nuclear power plants underground less than a mile from Lake Huron.
A West Michigan man is looking for public help in his struggling legal battle after MSNBC aired his photo in a story about someone else.