Thousands of people’s morning commute may be getting longer due to a $9.5 million construction project starting Saturday morning.
In the midst of a national opioid epidemic, Michigan State Police are taking an unconventional approach to help those who are addicted.
The Washington hospital where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is recuperating says he has been readmitted to the intensive care unit.
Plans are in the works for a senior care company to buy what used to be a VA clinic next to the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.
A federal class-action lawsuit alleges that Monsanto has cheated its migrant workers out of thousands of dollars.
Public meetings are beginning on a report listing alternatives to oil pipelines beneath the waterway where Lakes Huron and Michigan meet.
Ambassador Haley warned Beijing that it risks its massive trade with the U.S. if business dealings with North Korea violate U.N. sanctions.
President Donald Trump’s salary, which he promised to give away, will go toward two restoration projects at Antietam National Battlefield.
A fire at The Orchards at Four Mile apartment complex in Walker 10 days ago left dozens homeless and without their possessions.
Montcalm County plans to clean up a county property following a call from Target 8.
Police are working with prosecutors to press charges against people involved in the fights that broke out on Grand Haven’s beach.
Two people have been arrested after police found large quantities of crack cocaine and two handguns in a Benton Harbor residence.
It’s been four weeks since police descended on the Lockhart home in Portage, looking into Theresa Lockhart’s disappearance.
A photo discovered in the National Archives may provide some answers in the decades-old mystery surrounding one of America’s sweethearts.
A man who was a leader in the Georgetown Township government for more than a decade has died.