A few hundred gallons of oil spilled out of a tank at a drilling site in rural Allegan County on Sunday.
Authorities say a suspect in a Saturday carjacking was arrested after leading officers on a chase early Sunday morning.
Michigan is turning to the public for help fighting Asian carp.
Federal politics takes center stage on this episode of “To The Point.”
President Donald Trump on Saturday made an unsubstantiated claim that President Barack Obama had his phones tapped during the election.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has shown a willingness to limit the participation of environmental groups in lawsuits involving public l…
Police in Battle Creek arrested a suspect they say shot at another man during an argument.
Federal officials have been investigating 122 bomb threats called in to Jewish organizations in three dozen states since Jan. 9.
Pence said that by publishing the personal AOL address of his wife, Karen, the AP “violated her privacy and our security.”
Costco Wholesale Corp. announced it’s raising its membership fees, as quarterly results fell short of Wall Street’s expectations.
Dozens of police departments around the U.S. are amassing their own DNA databases to track criminals.
The March 4 Trump demonstrations were held around the country, and supporters clashed with generally smaller groups of counter protesters.
Two political rallies, one in favor of President Donald Trump and one in opposition, were held in downtown Grand Rapids on Saturday.
A long-standing restaurant in the small village of Climax in Kalamazoo County was destroyed in a fire.
Rep. Justin Amash once again answered questions from supporters and critics during his third town hall meeting in the span of a month.