The House has approved legislation to prohibit a lawmaker who resigns or who has been expelled from running in the special election.
Michigan’s unemployment rate edged upward to 5.2 percent in January as the number of people entering the job market continued to grow.
Legislation advancing in the Michigan House would subject the governor and lawmakers to public-records requests.
If you hate to hunt for groceries and live in the Grand Rapids area, you’re in luck.
The grandfather of one of two Indiana girls slain last month pleaded with the public for tips that could lead to an arrest.
A day after high winds swept through West Michigan, 24 Hour News 8 got a sky-high look at just how extensive the damage is.
Charges have been filed against the operator of a marijuana grow facility where a Wyoming officer was severely injured by a booby trap.
Strong winds Wednesday knocked out power to nearly 300,000 Consumers Energy customer, including traffic lights across West Michigan.
The order was lifted 10 days after a diver identified the leak, which caused an estimated 2 million gallon sewage spill.
Relatives are identifying an Ionia man who died after his SUV veered off a road and crashed into two trees and a large rock.
WikiLeaks will work with technology companies to help defend them against the CIA’s hacking tools.
Authorities say two people were killed when strong winds blew a large tree onto the roof of their moving vehicle.
An outdoor wood stove exploded in Ionia early Thursday morning nearly hitting a neighbor’s house.
The author of the study hopes to eventually extend his PTSD risk factor research to first responders and emergency room patients.
Legal challenges against President Trump’s revised travel ban mounted as Washington said it would renew its request to block the order.