Democrats forced delays in planned Senate committee votes on Trump’s picks for Health and Treasury secretaries and attorney general.
More than 1,700 Flint-area residents and property owners are seeking more than $700 million in damages from the EPA.
24 Hour News 8 checks in with four West Michigan teachers who won $1,000 to improve their classrooms.
A U.S. Senate committee voted 12-11 Tuesday to confirm Betsy DeVos as the next secretary of education.
A man accused of threatening to bomb a local court building in Kalamazoo was arrested.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is crediting a K-9 and a witness for leading them to an armed robbery suspect.
The eastbound lanes of I-94 have reopened near Galesburg following a crash involving a semi-truck.
Police are investigating after a deadly fire in St. Joseph County.
2016 was a year of changes for the Heights, with new leadership and programs aimed at decreasing crime and increasing community engagement.
Questions remain about the legality and enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order regarding immigration and refugees.
President Donald Trump fired Sally Yates, the acting attorney general, after she refused to defend in court his refugee and immigration ban.
Crews have dumped 25,000 tons of limestone blocks into the Detroit River as part of a mission to restore lake sturgeon.
The Boy Scouts of America says it will allow transgender children who identify as boys to enroll in its boys only programs.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates says she has directed Justice Department attorneys to not defend Trump’s order to ban refugees.
Workers at Bethany Christian Services in West Michigan say the president’s orders on immigration and refugees mean people will die.