A semi-truck hauling a tanker full of milk rolled over in rural Ottawa County Thursday afternoon.
An appeals court won’t upset a 6 1/2-year prison sentence for a woman who stole nearly $2 million from a western Michigan credit union.
A “dark web” drug dealer from Norton Shores was sentenced to federal prison Thursday, authorities say.
A southeast Michigan lawyer has been charged with two felonies for allegedly raping an incapacitated female in West Michigan.
A good way to visualize how air moves through our atmosphere is to think of a balloon.
Joshua Price died after his friend injected him with heroin. Police say it was six hours before the friend and Price’s wife called 911.
A judge Thursday ruled there is enough evidence to send the case against Kevin Stanfill to trial.
Tree limbs and stumps aren’t the only things you might be getting rid of after Wednesday’s wind.
The state has suspended the dealer’s license of Arizona Charlie’s Auto and Truck Sales in Muskegon.
After high winds Wednesday took out power to hundreds of thousands across the state, crews have been working nonstop to restore service.
The cleanup and restoration efforts are underway after damaging winds led to the largest power outage in Michigan’s history.
The game served as a fundraiser benefiting the victims of the Kalamazoo shooting rampage and cycling tragedy in Cooper Township.
A $5.7 million investment from a California-based company is expected to bring more than 60 new jobs to metro Grand Rapids.
Lawmakers have finalized legislation that supporters say would shift the state’s focus from punishing criminals to rehabilitating them.
The House has approved legislation to prohibit a lawmaker who resigns or who has been expelled from running in the special election.