A new sculpture of St. Thomas Aquinas was unveiled Wednesday on Aquinas College’s campus in Grand Rapids.
The defense attorney for a man captured on camera by a vigilante said the video was “heavily edited” and “self-serving.”
The U.S. Justice Department says a North Carolina law that limits protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights laws.
Two state prisons would be closed and prisoners moved to a privately owned facility under a cost-cutting plan approved by the Senate.
The Kent County prosecutor is calling on a vigilante to stop videotaping his encounters with alleged sexual predators.
Authorities say former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling faces charges including carrying a concealed weapon.
Grand Rapids police are warning residents of scammers who they say are targeting the elderly by posing as contractors.
A lawyer says a California doctor had cleared his schedule to see Prince the morning he died, but musician never showed up.
The biggest automotive recall in U.S. history is about to get much larger.
The Ohio governor ended his campaign Wednesday, making Donald Trump the party’s presumptive nominee.
A wildfire forced the evacuation of the Canadian oil sands city of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
An official says the 13-year-old boy who fatally stabbed Connor Verkerke is “doing well” in a juvenile detention facility.
The man took approximately $5,640 from a Huntington Bank before he was arrested.
A Pasco, Washington, company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people.
Obama is promising the people of Flint that he will make sure leaders at all levels of government “don’t rest” until the water is safe.