An Amber Alert for a missing Detroit toddler has been canceled after she was returned unharmed by her father.
The director of Michigan’s Office of the Great Lakes says the region should be known for water resources instead of faded industrial glory.
A Muskegon man was hospitalized in serious condition Wednesday after his pickup slammed into a tree west of Nunica.
A judge has ordered Todd Courser, who was ousted from the state legislature, to undergo a competency exam before standing trial for perjury.
A Lowell mother spent each day of 2016 creating a “temperature blanket.”
State officials say the cost of dealing with an Upper Peninsula prison protest and ensuing damage in September was near $900,000.
A nonprofit has been renovating an abandoned house in Grand Rapids and is now preparing to move a group of young people who are in need.
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions every year is make a change to a healthier lifestyle.
The head of a security company says he’s begun equipping security workers with body cameras as they continue to do more police-type work.
Officials say they’re doubling the methane collection system at the old Kentwood Landfill after the gas seeped outside the landfill’s border…
Lowell has closed its iconic showboat due to safety concerns.
Four Macy’s stores in Michigan are permanently closing in a series of company cuts expected to cost 6,200 jobs.
While vehicles aren’t built in West Michigan, local suppliers produce many of the parts that put those cars, trucks and SUVs on the road.
People whose property is seized by law enforcement will no longer have to pay a bond to contest the forfeiture under a new law.
Officials investigating a sinkhole in Macomb County are examining whether a hole drilled into a sewer line caused the pipe to collapse.