Lawyers for dozens of women who say they were sexually assaulted by a Michigan sports doctor are trying to overturn a judge’s gag order.
April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and universities like GVSU are taking part to educate and prevent assaults on campus.
Payless ShoeSource is filing for bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest retailer to succumb to increasing competition from the internet.
Homeland Security says arrests of people entering the United States illegally across the Mexican border plummeted last month.
The Salvation Army of Muskegon is helping residents struggling with energy payments.
Another airline is now offering nonstop flights to the Washington D.C. area out of Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Destinations in the path of the Aug. 21 eclipse are going wild with plans for festivals, concerts and viewing parties.
The IRS says it is once again using private debt collectors to go after tax delinquents amid a wave of telephone scams.
A suspected chemical attack in a town in Syria’s rebel-held northern Idlib province killed dozens of people on Tuesday.
Authorities say a 13-year-old Ohio boy died of a suspected heroin overdose, and his father has been jailed in a previous drug-related case.
The NCAA says it will consider North Carolina as a host for championship events again.
Family members of a man who died following an assault gathered to make a public statement for the first time since the incident happened.
A boil water advisory issued for a portion of Battle Creek was lifted on Thursday morning.
Harrison Ford will not face any penalties over mistakenly landing on a taxiway at a Southern California airport earlier this year.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is telling skeptical members of Congress that it has fixed problems with its suicide hotline.