Feds are investigating complaints that a wiring problem in Jeep Wrangler steering wheels could stop the air bags from inflating in a crash.
The Michigan Army National Guard is holding training exercises across the state focused on response to a simulated nuclear explosion.
Ionia County deputies rescued a woman Tuesday morning from her flooded vehicle before it was completely underwater.
Officials determined that Christine’s Critter Café in Fruitport Township will not be allowed to reopen at the same site.
Paws with a Cause is working to raise $1 million in one day to help train more assistance dogs.
Allegiant announced the return of nonstop flights from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
More than a dozen brands of bottled water are being recalled over E. coli concerns.
City of Walker officials say they will work to clean up crime at a local motel.
The period for artists to connect with venues to display their entries in the seventh annual ArtPrize in Grand Rapids has ended.
Neighbors and strangers alike came together Monday to help each other clean up after a tornado ripped through Portland.
Walmart said Monday it is removing any items from its store shelves and website that feature the Confederate flag.
Wyoming police are looking for the man who robbed a Check ‘N Go at gunpoint on Monday.
Many who are hit with the civil infraction for marijuana possession are not paying up.
Chuck and Sue Burns were relaxing in their living room Monday afternoon when their roof blew off right above them.
The man charged with killing four women in Muskegon Heights was sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of two of those victims.