It took 64 years, but Al Steenwyk finally walked in a high school graduation ceremony on Thursday.
A bill in the Michigan House would restrict how much information about certain energy infrastructure would be public.
This is far from the epidemic it became in the Chicago-area, but local veterinarians are concerned and taking precautions.
The race for the White House is still months away from heating up, but the field of Republican candidates is already getting crowded.
The state’s attorney in Baltimore says all six officers charged in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand ju…
For the first time since 1836, the Rogers Homestead will be owned by someone with a different last name.
One person was killed and another injured in a crash after a vehicle ran a stop sign, the sheriff’s department said.
New documents obtained under a FOIA request are shedding light on the charge recommended against an deputy accused of assaulting an inmate.
If the bill becomes law, local governments would be prohibited from setting local minimum wages or other requirements for employers.
The Michigan Supreme Court says the study finds requiring repeat drunken drivers to use ignition interlocks is effective in preventing more …
Michigan landlords could send eviction notices to tenants through email or social media under legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
The state of Michigan is being sued over its refusal to change gender identities on driver’s licenses without a new birth certificate.
It’s easy to get involved and help as Art Van Furniture is holding their seventh annual Charity Challenge.
The president of the Boy Scouts of America said that the organization’s ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable.
The United States Coast Guard kicked off National Safe Boating Week with the release of its boating safety app.
The head coach of the Grand Rapids Griffins says he’s ready to fill the shoes of Mike Babcock, who is leaving Detroit for Toronto.