A White House list of what it calls underreported terrorist attacks did not support Trump’s claim the media downplays “genocide” by ISIS.
Brad Spurlin had been hounding Chick-fil-A for a shot at success for more than a decade. Five weeks ago, his dream came true.
Nearly a million more airline passengers used Detroit Metropolitan Airport in 2016 than in the previous year.
Vice President Mike Pence made history Tuesday when he broke a tie to confirm West Michigan’s Betsy DeVos as the new Secretary of Education.
A total of 10,000 families have now stayed at the home while their children were being treated at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
Greenville’s public safety director and his ex-wife are heading to trial for insurance fraud.
So far, the hunt for the semi-truck driver responsible for a fatal crash on I-94 near Galesburg has been fruitless.
As tax season rolls around, the Better Business Bureau is warning people not to fall victim to scams targeting their tax forms.
Three men have been sentenced for stealing parts of a memorial to a fallen in soldier in Cedar Springs.
Christopher Charles Wood was formally charged Tuesday in the weekend crime on 28th Street.
A recent survey of Greater Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce members suggests some see parking is an obstacle to business growth.
The Army has notified Congress that it will allow the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir.
Investigators say the thefts date back to October and happened at medical and educational facilities.
A woman says she gave birth in a Macomb County jail cell after medical staff refused to take her to a hospital.
If the United States gets into a trade war with Mexico, Michigan would feel the impact more than most states, a new report concludes.