A seat pulled out of Lake Erie from a plane carrying six people when it vanished more than a week ago contained the remains of a male.
A New Jersey man has been indicted on child pornography and sexual conduct charges involving children in eight other states.
A federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss a charge against a charter airline co-pilot accused of being drunk.
The first-ever hand transplant donation in the state of Michigan is giving one person a new take on life.
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety found the body in the river near Gull Road and Ray Street Tuesday afternoon.
For the first time, federal regulators are designating a bee species in the continental United States as endangered.
A Michigan doctor accused of sexually abusing gymnasts is being sued by 18 women and girls who say they were molested by him.
The MSP fleet is getting 50 special edition black and gold patrol cars as part of efforts to mark the department’s 100th anniversary.
Sen. Jeff Sessions cast himself as a strong protector of law and order at his confirmation hearing Tuesday.
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers across West Michigan lost power as the high winds brought down tree limbs and power lines.
Police say a man was arrested after a hostage situation near the University of Alabama, and all the hostages are reported unharmed.
Two large bombings near government offices in Afghanistan’s capital on Tuesday killed at least 38 people.
Police have located a suspect vehicle but are still trying to identify the plow truck driver who hit a pedestrian, killing her.
The West Michigan Aviation Academy seems to fit Betsy DeVos’ philosophy about education and what she’s pledging to promote in Washington.
Senate Education Committee Chairman Phil Pavlov said the law was “created with the best of intentions” but is “deeply flawed.”