President Donald Trump says “all options are on the table” after North Korea launched ballistic missiles over Japan.
A mobile home near Sparta was destroyed in a fire Tuesday morning.
Some Domino’s pizza in Ann Arbor will arrive in a Ford Fusion outfitted with radars and a camera that is used for autonomous testing.
A pair of 70-year-old reservoir dams that protect downtown Houston from flooding began overflowing Tuesday.
Jud Heathcote, who led Michigan State and Magic Johnson to the 1979 NCAA championship, has died. He was 90.
Even after days of nonstop rain, many Houston residents are sticking Harvey out, hoping their homes will be spared from the flood.
A Portage Central Elementary teacher was awarded thousands of dollars after getting second place in a national science education contest.
A report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shows crushing student loan debt is not just a problem for young people.
Two more people have been charged with murder in connection to the death of a man in Benton Harbor earlier this month.
Michigan’s elk hunting season is getting underway.
A Target 8 investigation into Kent County restaurant inspections has led to a change that allows customers to more easily track violations.
The Red Cross reports 6,000 people in Texas are being housed in its temporary shelters. The need for aid is expected to remain for months.
On Labor Day, thousands of people will lace up their sneakers and take a walk across the Mackinac Bridge.
The family of a Battle Creek woman who died after being beaten by her husband is “disappointed” there’s still no closure in the case.
South Korea’s military says North Korea fired the missile from its capital toward the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.