The growing political drama in Washington rattled Wall Street Wednesday, knocking the Dow Jones down more than 370 points.
The state measure would prohibit law enforcement from unlawfully searching through and confiscating electronic data and communications.
The White House says President Donald Trump will be interviewing four potential candidates to lead the FBI.
The state says Michigan’s unemployment rate fell to 4.7 percent in April, further depleting the ranks of jobless people.
An Ottawa County man has restored a 1928 popcorn truck to its original glory.
The Congressman from Ada became the first Republican lawmaker to raise the specter of impeachment.
A man is suing a woman he went on a date with for the price of ticket after he says she texted through the film and left him at the theater.
Surrounded by multiplying questions, President Trump complained Wednesday that “no politician in history” has been treated worse.
Partners with ELNC to train teachers of color for early education
“The Greatest Show on Earth”: the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is hanging its hat for the last time this weekend.
Bill O’Reilly is taking up his former Fox News colleague Glenn Beck’s offer to work together again.
The Cadillac News reports roughly half of the motel was destroyed by the fire.
The company says it will offer voluntary early retirement and separation packages to workers in an effort to boost profits.
Don’t let the unusually warm temperatures fool you: Lake Michigan is still very cold.
Kalamazoo Township police are looking for witnesses to a late night crash that sent a man to the hospital.
Storms whipped through a wide swath of the nation’s midsection, killing at least two people and injuring dozens of others.
Pvt. Chelsea Manning was released from a Kansas military prison early Wednesday after serving seven years of her 35-year sentence.
Some of the funding for the Good Food Fund is going to a Kalamazoo market that will anchor a rehabilitated retail strip.
The auto club says this will be the largest amount of travelers to hit the road, skies and railways in over a decade.
A silent tribute to bicyclists killed while riding traveled through Portage Wednesday evening.