The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is piecing together a plan as the U.S. supply of yellow fever vaccine runs out.
The party was in full swing when a lone man reclining in a lounge chair pulled a gun from his waistband and began shooting.
Private schools that operate for a profit can qualify for certain tax exemptions under Michigan law.
The five top-selling automakers all reported sales declines last month as demand seems to be slowing after seven straight years of growth.
GRAMMY award-winner Janet Jackson will be returning to downtown Grand Rapids as part of her North American tour.
Foodies, rejoice: food truck season in downtown Grand Rapids is here.
A former employee has been sentenced for a scheme that cost Herman Miller more than $1.7 million.
A Grand Rapids officer who shot a stabbing suspect acted reasonably to protect a fellow officer, a prosecutor’s office has concluded.
Don’t put away the jacket just yet; temperatures are expected to be cooler than normal throughout this month.
Michigan State Police are trying to track down a flag stolen from a West Michigan memorial for fallen Trooper Paul Butterfield.
A student with a large hunting knife stabbed one person to death and seriously wounded at least three others, authorities said.
A police robot found the two bodies after a lock down that lasted several hours.
Elias Abuelazam became a suspect after he was charged with a series of stabbings in the Flint area that left five people dead.
West Michigan voters went to the polls on Tuesday, approving several bonds and millages and rejecting others.
The older brother of a 15-year-old shot and killed outside of a Muskegon Township bowling alley is being held in connection to the death.