President Donald Trump said he would only be “tweaking” the “outstanding” trade relationship going forward.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to nearly double the number of bear hunting licenses up for grabs in West Michigan.
The arrest comes more than five years after the former Penn State assistant coach was himself first arrested for child sex abuse.
A board game favorite came to life on the ice of Rosa Parks Circle Sunday.
Mark Reiss’ resignation came a week after a judge sent his case to trial.
Sturgis fire crews arrived to flames coming from the back porch and smoke rolling off the roof’s eaves.
Local and federal authorities are pointing fingers over who’s to blame.
Most drivers don’t expect to be hit with a rate hike on their auto insurance after a car accident that wasn’t their fault.
Michigan has partially covered customers’ bills retroactively to April 2014.
A jury Monday morning found Guy Carl Simpson not guilty in the 1988 killing of Charles Paul Miller of Bangor.
Teachers say lessons can play a role in deflating the kind of headlines that caused confusion during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Verizon, a longtime holdout, has joined other carriers in offering an unlimited data plan.
Lawyers for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will try to convince a judge that he cannot get a fair trial because of statements from President Trump.
General Motors says its new Chevrolet Cruze diesel compact sedan will get up to 52 miles per gallon on the highway.
The youngest survivor of the Kalamazoo shooting spree is recovering at home after undergoing another skull surgery last week.
National security adviser Michael Flynn reportedly discussed U.S. sanctions with a Russian envoy before Trump’s inauguration.
The U.S., Japan and South Korea have requested urgent diplomatic talks at the U.N. over North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch.
The pipeline would run through the same area where long-eared bats — a threatened species — nest in trees during the spring and summer.
A House committee is taking up an unusual resolution that would invalidate a local law in the nation’s capital.
The evacuations were ordered after authorities warned that failure of the emergency spillway could lead to a 30-foot wall of water.