Summer officially kicks off Monday and there is a high chance this summer will be hotter than usual.
Federal legislation on pipeline regulation that provides more protections for the Great Lakes has only one more stop before becoming law.
Grand Haven police are looking for the woman who dropped off a baby at a hospital because they want to confirm he was voluntarily given up.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has revived a controversial lawsuit and settlement over an aborted speech by a self-proclaimed former terrorist.
State health officials blamed a “technical system error” for the mistake.
Michigan Democrats are blasting the attorney general’s investigation into the veterans home, saying he previously brushed off complaints.
Sgt. James Harrison was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal during the Michigan Sheriff’s Association summer conference.
A motorcyclist was killed after hitting a deer in Eaton County on Wednesday.
Nine days after the crash that killed five bicyclists in nearby Cooper Township, Kalamazoo city workers created a safer ride through Kalamaz…
An Indiana man charged with murder in a 1977 Michigan killing that police initially classified as a suicide has been ordered to stand trial.
Philadelphia became the first major American city with a soda tax on Thursday.
Police are searching for two suspects in connection to installing a skimming device in a gas pump at a Grand Rapids gas station.
The dump truck was carrying a load when the crash happened on West US Highway 12 Thursday.
Grand Rapids police is reminding residents about the parking restrictions on a popular downtown street during the weekends.
Gov. Snyder has vetoed legislation that he says would have increased the cost of auto repairs in Michigan and possibly car insurance, too.