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.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation reviving and reshaping surveillance laws that expired temporarily Sunday night.
An advocate says two cases in Jackson County involving one man highlight weaknesses in the state system to protect children.
The Battle Creek Police Department says they have safely located a 20-year-old who has Asperger syndrome.
Roger Bearup has been selected as the new superintendent for Grandville Public Schools.
The state says inmates at a Jackson-area prison found maggots while cutting up raw potatoes in a food preparation area.
The boil water advisory for Sand Lake has been lifted Thursday.
A 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg in Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
Multiple agencies searched for a former prisoner allegedly turned violent stalker, but it was two citizens who stopped him.
Along with dozens of crews from Michigan, Dutch journalists were following the king and queen as they visited Grand Rapids.
Some defendants are allowed to remain out of the custody of jails because their medical costs are deemed to be too high.
Two Battle Creek police officers were justified when they opened fire on an armed 19-year-old, the Calhoun County prosecutor ruled.