The NCAA says it will consider North Carolina as a host for championship events again.
Family members of a man who died following an assault gathered to make a public statement for the first time since the incident happened.
A boil water advisory issued for a portion of Battle Creek was lifted on Thursday morning.
Harrison Ford will not face any penalties over mistakenly landing on a taxiway at a Southern California airport earlier this year.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is telling skeptical members of Congress that it has fixed problems with its suicide hotline.
Debate over Neil Gorsuch gets under way in the full Senate on Tuesday, with Republicans and Democrats bitterly divided over the next steps.
A 22-year old suicide bomber born in the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan was behind a blast on the subway that killed 13 other people.
Each sheriff’s department patrol car now has an automatic external defibrillator thanks to a $72,000 federal grant.
The City of Grand Rapids is getting a new app that will make paying your bills easier and less expensive.
The Grand Rapids Police Department says a man who was reported missing Monday afternoon has been located.
A big construction project through the heart of Grand Rapids’ Medical Mile begins Saturday.
While Michigan State Police say the overall crime rate fell 20 percent from 2015 to 2016, residents are skeptical to praise the progress.
Family members of the 25-year-old man injured in an assault Friday morning say he will not survive a critical head injury.
A large inflatable Oberon bottle that was stolen in Kalamazoo last week has been recovered.
It’s probably the last thing most think of when jumping into a hotel pool. But as the incident at a Niles motel proves, the danger is real.