“CBS This Morning” says two women claim that Charlie Rose grabbed them inappropriately.
It appears Marcia Neigebauer moved to the Ann Arbor area for treatment for Lou Gehrig’s disease shortly before her death.
Dr. Larry Nassar spoke for the first time in court Wednesday as he pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
The president’s budget called for eliminating the program’s funding, but lawmakers from the Great Lakes region fought to retain it.
Grand Haven officers say the search for a runaway teenager from Muskegon is over.
Bring on the turkey — but maybe hold the politics.
A roadside drug testing pilot program now underway in five Michigan counties is leading to a bump in business for a Kalamazoo lab.
Troops received a warm welcome home ahead of Thanksgiving at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Wednesday.
Millions of Americans will be hitting the roads and the skies across the nation for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Grand Rapids Public Schools has a program that works to ease a lot of that stress for students, parents and teachers.
The Navy’s Japan-based 7th Fleet has had two fatal accidents in Asian waters this year.
The people behind an elaborate fraud scheme that exploited Michigan’s no-fault insurance rules made off with more than a million dollars.
The case cannot move forward because the evidence obtained during a so-called knock-and-talk interrogation cannot be used.
The teen idol starred in the 1970s sitcom “The Partridge Family” and sold millions of records as the musical group’s lead singer.
Uber is coming clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that stole personal information of customers and drivers.