Same-sex couples seeking the right to marry are asking the Supreme Court to settle the issue of gay marriage nationwide.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department has declared an all clear after a bomb threat was called in to Caledonia High School Friday afternoon.
The fate of a charter amendment on the possession and use of marijuana in Grand Rapids is in the hands of the Michigan Court of Appeals.
Advocates say more than 1.5 million Michigan workers can’t take a paid sick day when they are ill.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has opened a new health care center in Wyoming.
A surgeon working in West Africa’s Sierra Leone has been diagnosed with Ebola and will be flown to the United States for treatment.
Football fans have stepped up to help Mona Shores High School remove snow from their stadium before Friday night’s regional game.
The Catholic Central student allegedly sexually assaulted by his tutor said the relationship started with school lessons.
Our first brush with winter weather has left some impressive snowfall totals across West Michigan over the past two days.
Workers at an animal rescue operation in Oregon were caring Thursday for 68 cats found crammed into a van, many in wretched shape.
Police are searching for up to three suspects who were involved in a hit-and-run crash involving a house.
A person was hospitalized after rear-ending a semi-truck due to icy road conditions in Battle Creek.
The suspect in an Ottawa County break-in was arrested after investigators used things he left behind at the scene to identify him.
The case of a Grand Rapids tutor accused of sexually assaulting a student is catching national attention for her unconventional defense.
Kent County is testing new green emergency lights that it hopes to use on its snow plows to decrease the number of crashes.
A task force is searching several Oceana County lakes for the body of a missing woman believed to have been murdered.