The Great Lakes region saw severe storms late Wednesday, with the worst weather traveling through Illinois and Indiana.
On rare occasions, you can see lightning from up to 150 miles away and Monday night was one of those occasions.
One driver was killed and another hurt in a car crash on the highway near Berrien Springs Monday afternoon.
Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle collided with a motorcycle in St. Joseph County.
A woman was seriously burned in an explosion on a boat at a St. Joseph-area marina Sunday morning.
One man was killed and another hurt in a rollover southwest of the village of Lawrence Sunday morning.
An Indiana man charged with murder in a 1977 Michigan killing that police initially classified as a suicide has been ordered to stand trial.
The dump truck was carrying a load when the crash happened on West US Highway 12 Thursday.
The tickborne illness can also cause abdominal pain, vomiting, muscle pain and can be fatal if not treated quickly and correctly.
A former pastor from Three Rivers was charged with criminal sexual conduct involving an 18-year-old.
The storm that swept through West Michigan late Wednesday night brought strong winds, knocking out power to thousands.
Authorities said Jason Kohlhoff fired multiple rounds at a BearCat carrying five troopers and an EMT, according to court documents.
A man was arrested early Wednesday morning following a nearly 15-hour standoff in rural Van Buren County.
A pipe that spilled thousands of gallons of fuel at a Bangor-area farm has been repaired, tested and back in operation for a week.
Authorities say a teenager is dead after he jumped off of a pier in Berrien County and never resurfaced.