The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce hopes the cruises will bring more attention to all that Muskegon has to offer.
Bipartisan legislation that would increase payments to medical providers for treating sexual assault victims is advancing in the legislature…
A food pantry in Wyoming has temporarily shut down after state inspectors found unsanitary conditions.
The acrimony in Washington, D.C. has led to the formation of a new bipartisan group aimed at finding cooperation instead of confrontation.
Amazon says an incorrectly typed command during a routine debugging of its billing system caused a five-hour outage of some web services.
Ford Motor Co is recalling thousands of vehicles because their air bags may not inflate properly.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission reports on its website that cleanup is ongoing at the Cook Nuclear Plant.
Encouraging diversity and racial equity were major themes at Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss’ second State of the City address Thursday.
Midwest retailer Meijer has reached an agreement to sponsor the playing field at a new development at the former site of Tiger Stadium.
Meijer is expanding into the Upper Peninsula with two new stores slated to open this year.
Grand Valley State University says it has reached an agreement with a group that said its free speech was unfairly restricted on campus.
Trump pledged to boost defense spending as he basked in the nation’s military might aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford on Thursday.
Ben Carson and Rick Perry are the 17th and 18th of Trump’s 22 Cabinet and Cabinet-level nominations to win Senate approval.
The financial struggle for ArtPrize is officially over.
An Oregon mother shared a text message exchange with a birth photographer who shamed her for having a c-section.