AAA says it expects that more than 1.5 million people in Michigan will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving holiday.
Target 8 began investigating after a watchdog agency noticed a pattern of drug-exposed babies dying within their first year.
Authorities say the driver of a semi-truck was killed in a rollover crash on I-96 in Muskegon County.
Tobias Harris scored 22 points, Aron Baynes added 20 points and the short-handed Detroit Pistons beat the Oklahoma City Thunder.
A Traverse City police officer suspended after flying a Confederate flag from his pickup during a political rally has resigned.
Reported hate crimes against Muslims rose in 2015 to their highest number since the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, FBI statistics show.
The Detroit Tigers’ Michael Fulmer won the AL Rookie of the Year award by a wide margin, and Corey Seager won the NL honor unanimously.
AAA Michigan says gas prices statewide have fallen by about 11 cents per gallon in the past week.
After being apart for more than 20 years, a refugee from Sierra Leone living in West Michigan was reunited with his mother Monday.
As salt prices have plunged nationwide, the Kent County Road Commission is anticipating savings of up to $800,000 this winter.
For the second time in five weeks, a crash at one rural Kent County intersection has claimed the life of a teenaged girl.
One of the oldest structures in Grand Rapids has a brand new look.
Bronson Healthcare says the scammers are posing as recruiters for the hospital.
The farther north you travel, the greater the chance you’ll encounter rain Tuesday.
The lame-duck session is shadowed by Donald Trump’s election, with perilous new opportunities and risks confronting the GOP.
President Barack Obama on Monday said the United States under Donald Trump would remain the “indispensable nation” for global security.
Free event Wednesday, November 16, part of Aquinas Contemporary Writers Series
A Wyoming man who set fire to a fireworks store in July, kicking off a crime spree, is headed to a state prison.
The incentives were aimed at helping the company grow. Instead, Benteler Automotive ended up laying off or moving 220 employees.
One of the rarest animals in the world is returning to Battle Creek.