A little known clause known as a “step down” clause could prevent your family from collecting the full payout on your car insurance policy.
Twitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.
A new report shows police officers in Michigan are the most overworked in the country.
Hillary Clinton continues to hold a lead in Michigan, according to a poll taken only weeks before voters will choose the next president.
The man accused of a hit-and-run that fatally injured a triathlete has been ordered to undergo a forensic competency exam.
More than 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation, spending nearly $83 per person.
The Michigan Secretary of State brought a bevy of staff from Lansing to talk to kids at Union High School and run a mock election.
Because a man severely beaten in an apparent road rage incident is expected to die, the suspect is expected to face a murder charge.
A nearly $500,000 federal grant has helped a WMU program with its mission to assist innocent people who have been convicted of crimes.
As the industry has grown, so has Meijer’s craft beer aisle and sales.
A federal auditor suggested requiring Wall Street executives to sign declarations that there’s no illegal activity in their organizations.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter ordered the suspension in the wake of angry reaction from congressional Republicans and Democrats.
A Howard City woman was killed in a head-on car crash west of Cedar Springs Wednesday afternoon.
For patients six months and up, health experts say a flu shot is your best prevention.
A new law will require the state of Michigan to report staffing levels, patient complaints and other information about state-run veterans ho…