Authorities have yet to sort out the basic facts surrounding the case of a high-stakes video poker player who murdered 58 people.
President Trump will “immediately” halt payments to insurers under the Obama-era health care law he has been trying to unravel for months.
The family is free after a dramatic rescue orchestrated by the U.S. and Pakistani governments and have left Pakistan.
It’s a teaching method that was developed in the 1930s, but it’s making a resurgence in a West Michigan school district.
The communities of Northern California were preparing for another day under siege Friday, despite being driven to exhaustion by evacuations.
The AP has obtained recording of what some U.S. Embassy workers heard in Havana in a series of incidents deemed to be deliberate attacks.
Authorities say a threat that closed Greenville High School Friday was unsubstantiated.
Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a grocery store in Kalamazoo Thursday night.
Authorities in St. Joseph County are looking for whoever broke into a home north of Three Rivers and stole guns and autographed guitars.
The EPA says it has signed off on a plan to clean up contamination in the Kalamazoo River caused by the old Allied Paper Mill.
One person died following a three-car crash near the community of Wolf Lake Thursday, Michigan State Police say.
A family who moved to Kent County last summer is now dealing with contaminated water because of a Wolverine Worldwide dump site.
The man who shot at authorities during a nearly 15-hour standoff last summer has been convicted of all 15 criminal charges he faced.
In the first nine days after Silent Observer announced its “Love Does Not Hit” campaign, 10 suspects have been tracked down.
A Wolverine Worldwide executive doesn’t know how many old dump sites may turn up, but he said the company will take responsibility for them.