The Grand Rapids Police Department says an officer who pulled out his Taser and ordered three kids to the ground acted appropriately.
Conservative and progressive groups are joining forces to advocate for changing Michigan’s civil asset forfeiture laws.
The city of Grand Haven faces two lawsuits filed by residents who oppose a plan to convert a 48-foot-tall cross into an anchor.
The state says the seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate rose in May as people entered the workforce for the summer.
The steeple at the First Baptist Church that was damaged during the tornado that ripped through Portland was torn down Thursday.
Police in Grand Rapids are searching for a suspect who exposed himself to children on two separate occasions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will announce Tuesday he is running for president in 2016.
Justices ruled that federal housing laws prohibit neutral practices that harm minorities, even without proof of intentional discrimination.
After landing a spot on Food Network Magazine’s 10 Best Fries List, HopCat will be offering free Crack Fries on July 1 to celebrate.
Relatives of a former U.S. Marine held in an Iranian prison since 2011 say they’re traveling to Vienna to press for his release.
A Kentwood man will be heading to a federal prison for producing child pornography.
Mitsubishi is recalling about 460,000 cars because the air bags can push sun visors into passengers and cause injuries in a crash.
Michigan was among 34 states at risk after not creating its own insurance exchange.
The Supreme Court has upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
The report measures countries on factors including levels of violent crime and political instability.
A new study shows the Kalamazoo Promise has helped increase college graduation rates.