Some houses are barely on the market for a day before they’re sold. Some don’t even go on the market before they have new ownership.
The teenaged boy who police say led them on a chase that ended in a deadly crash does not have a driver’s license, records show.
Department store operator Gordmans is filing for bankruptcy protection and plans to liquidate the inventory of its 106 discount stores.
Police say the Wyoming landlady accused of taking advantage of desperate renters has struck again.
Operators of twin oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac insist they remain structurally sound.
Nissan is recalling the vehicles because some air bags may unexpectedly deploy when the door is slammed.
The last of seven men confronted by a vigilante seeking out sexual predators has been sentenced, and he will not serve jail time.
A Congressional Budget Office report dealt a blow to a GOP drive already under fire from both parties and segments of the medical industry.
Michigan drivers, get ready to pay more.
Leaders from Michigan and Canada say they want to be heard as President Donald Trump seeks to refashion U.S. trade relationships.
A Kalamazoo County judge has found a man not guilty of murder by reason of mental illness.
The former health official must also apologize to Flint residents for failing to tell them about the deadly Legionnaires’ outbreak.
The president last visited Michigan in December, when his “Thank You Tour” took him to the DeltaPlex Arena.
The driver in a Sunday night crash that killed an Allegan County man shouldn’t have been on the road, according to investigators.
The Kent County prosecutor has issued charges against a suspect in a stabbing and attempted carjacking outside the Walker Meijer.