Police say a 20-year-old man who tried to escape police by diving under a moving train in Michigan has lost both of his legs.
Donald Trump swept Tuesday’s primaries, a commanding showing in the Northeast that keeps the him on the path to the GOP nomination.
Consumers Energy says a raccoon caused a large power outage in downtown Grand Rapids Tuesday morning.
A Kalamazoo Public Safety officer went out of his way to help a young boy who had his bike stolen.
Police in Ionia are investigating after two kids said a stranger approached them at a playground and offered them a ride.
The Mi-Morels map provides information on forest cover types, latitude and longitude coordinates and state-managed land boundaries.
Enjoy soup on the chilly days of spring.
A bill advancing in Michigan’s Legislature may set the stage for setting a legal limit for driving under the influence of marijuana.
No one was hurt in either incident, according to South Haven Area Emergency Services.
If you are a veteran having trouble getting medical benefits, you aren’t alone.
Tuesday marks three years since the beginning of a mystery that still haunts West Michigan: the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa.
Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs, Jordan Zimmermann’s scoreless innings streak ended and the Detroit Tigers snapped a skid.
Work has begun between Battle Creek and Jackson that includes grade crossing, track and signal upgrades.
An Ionia prison hosted an open house to showcase a program designed to keep released inmates from coming back.
Kentwood firefighters are now equipped with machines that help rescuers perform CPR.
Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said most of the victims were targeted while they were sleeping.
Health officials say they allowed XO Asian Cuisine to stay open despite health violations because owners took initial steps to improve.
Two Bob Evans in Michigan are among the dozens of restaurants the company is closing.
An eight-wheeled tractor carrying 10 tons of lime caught fire Monday, restricting traffic all day and damaging a nearby business.
A Barry County man already in prison for sexually assaulting a child was sentenced Monday on federal child pornography charges.