Rescuers found four more survivors Thursday in the rubble of an apartment building that collapsed six days ago.
Six games have been inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame for their influence on gaming and pop culture.
Authorities were still on the scene ten hours later.
Navy SEAL killed during a firefight in Iraq was part of a force that moved in to rescue U.S. military advisers from an ISIS attack.
Police are trying to figure out who damaged at least four headstones at a Montcalm County cemetery.
Hundreds of electronic cigarette brands will have to seek federal permission to stay on the market under new FDA rules.
A couple who faced jail after holding on to library books long past their return dates will remain free.
A woman wanted for allegedly providing heroin to a man who fatally overdosed in Allegan County has been arrested.
A culvert washout in a construction zone continues to cause big backups for drivers on southbound US-131 heading into Grand Rapids.
The Michigan House approved a $500 million restructuring plan for Detroit Public Schools early Thursday.
The Michigan House has approved legislation that would allow about 120 frail prisoners a year to be released to live in a nursing home.
A Holland family is suing their landlord over a rodent infestation, but the landlord says it’s their problem under the terms of their lease.
The training is part of a set of recommendations aimed at improving the department’s relations with the community.
While residents hope President Barack Obama’s visit will expedite help, many say the most important thing he brought was the spotlight.
At the center of complaints is his use of the emergency manager law to exert near-total control of distressed cities and school districts.