A Battle Creek commissioner who has sparked controversy in the past will be the subject of an ethics hearing later this month.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest has released its 2015 Xtreme Eating Awards.
Michigan’s ban on Russian boars and similar pig breeds is constitutional, the state appeals court said.
WMU trustees have approved a 3.2 percent increase in tuition and fees as part of a $388 million general fund budget.
Michigan lawmakers have approved a $54.5 billion state spending plan for the budget year starting in four months.
Ionia County Central Dispatch will become the sixth county in Michigan to be able to receive emergency texts to 911.
Apple said it is recalling its Beats Pill XL speakers after a customer reported getting burned when it overheated.
The annual Movies in the Park series kicks off Friday night in downtown Grand Rapids.
A man was badly injured in a rollover crash Wednesday morning.
Veterinarians and diagnostic labs across Michigan now must notify the state if they suspect canine flu or see a positive test.
Sometime Tuesday or Wednesday, ‘hate’ messages written in chalk appeared at several homes and some had mailboxes knocked over.
A legislative committee has approved a Republican-sponsored package that would shift hundreds of millions of dollars to pay for roads.
The rare piebald fawn named “Dragon” is being taken care of by the owners of Deer Tracks Junction in Cedar Springs.
A rare white-faced fawn rejected by its mother at birth has been given a chance at life thanks to owners of a local farm.
Questions and answers about the USA Freedom Act which was signed into law.
Health officials say there has been a recent increase in the number of chickenpox cases in Ionia County.