A man already in prison on a drug charge has been convicted of a 2008 murder.
Democrats have finalized an agreement with the campaigns of Clinton and Sanders to hold a presidential debate in Flint.
Authorities say a man died after driving away from police, heading the wrong way down I-75 and crashing into another vehicle.
The U.S. saw a record number of exonerations in 2015, with nearly 40 percent of the cases involving homicides.
Two top football recruits are heading to the University of Michigan.
A state House committee has approved a new bill clarifying what local officials are allowed to distribute about upcoming ballot proposals.
A principal with Allegan Area Educational Services Agency has been arrested for criminal sexual conduct with two staff members.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum says he will support Republican candidate Marco Rubio.
The robbery suspect shot by the sheriff’s sergeant on Wednesday is expected to survive.
Dispatchers in Kent, Kalamazoo and Van Buren counties have been flooded by calls about the scheme.
President Barack Obama paid his first visit to a U.S. mosque on Wednesday, appealing for tolerance for America’s millions of Muslims.
A former Sparta Village Council member who also works for Muskegon County is facing child pornography charges after a search of his home.
Multiple organizations from across West Michigan are offering free tax filing assistance for low-income families.
About half an hour after Melissa Moore was fatally shot, the murder suspect sent a text to the victim’s son saying “I’m so sorry.”
The Kalamazoo County government is asking residents to renew a 1.4491 millage for law enforcement.