When it comes to preventing infections and illnesses, Michigan has a long way to go, a new report finds.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is one step closer to having its own governance.
Michigan has received a federal waiver that ensures 600,000 low-income adults will continue qualifying for Medicaid insurance.
A donation from local philanthropist Peter Secchia will help make improvements to Kent County’s Millennium Park.
GRPD ordered a total of 298 cameras but has only gotten some of them because production is backed up.
Authorities say a court security officer fatally shot a man brandishing a knife at a complex that houses a police department in Detroit.
Martin Shkreli, the CEO of a pharmaceutical company who jacked the price of a life-saving drug, is in custody following a securities probe.
More school districts are listening to scientists who said expecting teens to go to class before 8 a.m. is bad for their health and grades.
The VA has agreed to pay for robotic legs that could allow scores of paralyzed veterans with spinal cord injuries to walk again.
A couple movie theaters in West Michigan have released costume policies ahead of the premiere of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
A man was ejected from his pickup truck and died after a crash near the village of Hopkins on Wednesday evening.
Grand Rapids Mayor-elect Rosalynn Bliss discussed stepping into longtime Mayor George Heartwell’s shoes.
Michigan voters could no longer cast a straight-party ticket with a single mark under a bill approved by a sharply divided Legislature.
The White House and lawmakers of both parties grudgingly embraced a massive government-wide budget deal Wednesday.
Protests in honor of Freddie Gray followed the mistrial of Officer William Porter in Baltimore on Wednesday.