On Friday, hundreds of thousands of anti-abortion advocates are expected to descend upon on Washington for the 44th annual March for Life.
Betsy DeVos will not be required to attend a second hearing as the U.S. Senate considers confirming her as secretary of education.
Dozens turned out to a screening of “Patriots Day” as part of a push to raise money for a memorial to fallen Grand Rapids police officers.
Mason County authorities are looking for a 2-year-old girl believed to have been kidnapped by her father, who does not have custody of her.
A Hudsonville widow is pushing for improved safety in Georgetown Township after her husband was killed in a crash.
A man involved in a crash and fire at a Kalamazoo gas station Sunday evening died despite the best efforts of good Samaritans.
A judge has told Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to butt out of an ongoing dispute over home delivery of water in Flint.
Beware, snowmobilers: The winter warmup is creating poor trail conditions in some parts of Michigan.
Rex Tillerson’s bid to be secretary of state narrowly won approval Monday from the Republican-led Foreign Relations Committee.
Ajit Pai is a fierce critic of “net neutrality” rules to be chief regulator of the nation’s airwaves and internet connections.
The Senate on Monday confirmed Rep. Mike Pompeo to run the CIA despite some Democratic concerns regarding transparency and torture.
Press secretary Sean Spicer said “our intention is never to lie to you,” though the administration may sometimes “disagree with the facts.”
Students from 11 Ottawa County school districts took part in the Student Summit on Suicide Prevention at Zeeland East High School.
A Grand Rapids man who was involved in a standoff with police for three hours Friday night now faces a 15-year felony.
The Trump administration on Monday opened the door to cooperating with Russia “or anyone else” to combat the Islamic State group in Syria.