The victim’s mother said a dispute over a pizza slice turned violent, sending her mother to the hospital.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport says 2015 set a new passenger record.
Michigan’s sugar beet growers say they have harvested a record crop this year.
If your dog is named Max or Bella, you’re not alone.
Michigan’s unemployment rate moved up slightly in November to 5.1 percent.
Two people were hurt Wednesday in a crash involving a pickup truck and a semi-truck in Hastings.
The Fed just lifted rates, ending seven years of an extraordinary measure to combat the damage from the 2008 financial crisis.
The quest for a surefire way to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes appears to be foundering.
Here’s what West Michigan may see when the company moves in next year.
Trader Joe’s issued the nationwide recall after reports of unopened bottles bursting.
Activity is expected to increase around the former Steelcase pyramid in Gaines Township after state legislators passed tax breaks.
Certain retired teachers can return to work in critical shortage subjects without sacrificing their pension and health care benefits.
The Salvation Army is still in need of toys just a day before they begin distributing gifts.
The Obama administration said consumers will have two more days to sign up for HealthCare.gov coverage that takes effect Jan. 1.
If the youngest panda cub at the National Zoo is stressed out about appearing in front of crowds for the first time, he isn’t showing it.