This will be an interesting year for automakers, and not just in terms of sales.
The 2013 Grand Rapids Police Officer of the Year pleaded guilty to drunken driving after being arrested in November.
The 2017 North American International Auto Show has a diverse lineup of new vehicles.
Months after the death of a Hudsonville 5-year-old, his parents are urging lawmakers to save part of President Obama’s health care law.
Few people realized it at the time, but the world shifted fundamentally a decade ago when Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone.
A stronger version of heroin is threatening the lives of police and their K-9s.
A Kalamazoo man is expected to face criminal charges for allegedly stealing a Salvation Army kettle.
The North American International Auto Show is providing a glimpse into the future of the automobile — a future closer than you might think.
If you’re sniffling, sneezing and coughing, you’re certainly not alone.
A 29-year-old relative of a missing Battle Creek man found dead is now charged with murder.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a bill that requires reporting by municipal retirement systems on their unfunded pension and health care costs.
Michigan will be unable to rule that someone committed unemployment benefits fraud unless a state worker verifies it under new legislation.
Ford Motor Co. has confirmed that the Ranger small pickup and Bronco SUV will be returning to the U.S. market.
President-elect Donald Trump — and his prolific Twitter finger — is the talk of this year’s North American International Auto Show.
The law is expected to boost Michigan wineries while threatening “wine clubs.”