DaVinci is expanding its recall on faulty cribs that pose a risk of trapping or suffocating infants.
A candlelight vigil was held Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 for those killed in the Umpqua Community College shooting.
One of ten shooting victims rushed to Roseburg’s lone hospital will likely be discharged Friday.
A 59-year-old Alabama man is now retiring after a 35-year career as a police officer without ever having taken a sick day.
A man says he reported his friend for killing a mother bear because he was worried about the cubs — not to get his friend in trouble.
Police arrested a 51-year-old woman who allegedly stole guns, ammunition and a large knife collection.
Hackers have stolen personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile wireless customers and potential customers in the U.S.
This weekend ArtPrize won’t be the only event taking over Grand Rapids, the 44th annual Pulaski Days is happening as well.
Police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash in Grand Rapids.
The gunman who opened fire in a community college, killing nine, was a boot camp dropout who studied mass shooters.
Jason Russell, the CEO of Secure Education Consultants in Caledonia, says schools need to anticipate violence.
A large white tent will be the home to ArtPrize’s newest addition, The Eddy, which will feature 10 days of music and events.
A visibly frustrated president said that thoughts and prayers are no longer enough in the wake of another deadly school shooting.
A man who was illegally tattooing teen girls out of his home asked for sexual favors in return, court documents say.
Diane Neas used a painting to portray how she would have liked to say goodbye after her daughter was killed in a crash.