A woman remained in the hospital Tuesday in critical but stable condition after her husband allegedly hit her in the head with a hammer.
Michigan’s top environmental regulator says the state should have required the city of Flint to treat its water for corrosion.
The EPA says it was misled about whether Flint’s water was being treated after the switch that eventually caused the city’s water crisis.
Crews from four departments battled a fire at an apartment building north of Grand Haven.
Laws enacted by Gov. Rick Snyder will let residents have their emergency contact information linked to their driver’s license or state ID.
Personal protection orders, which are easy to get in Michigan, can put their target on the defensive and in some cases out of their home.
Michigan and Alabama lead the nation in deadly home fires, according to new data from the U.S Fire Administration.
Muskegon County leaders say they’re trying to learn whether two employees were on the job when they allegedly sent each other illicit texts.
The Genesee County sheriff is warning Flint residents not to trust people promising a quick fix at a high price.
The state has issued a $7,000 fine to a plant in Ionia where a worker was killed in an industrial accident last summer.
Health officials say a patient in Texas has acquired the Zika virus through sexual transmission.
Alicia Groveston was vying for $25,000 on Hollywood Game Night Tuesday.
Those who will pay the highest price in Flint’s water crisis are the most innocent of victims: children.
A suspect in a brutal hammer attack on a gas station clerk is in police custody.
Officials are increasing the reward for information leading to an arrest in the death of a CMU freshman killed near campus.