An extremely rare case of strep throat that almost killed an Alto man has instead taken his hands and feet.
A dozen or so Calhoun and Kalamazoo County churches have agreed to act as safe havens for people afraid they may be at risk of deportation.
When it comes to live TV, mistakes can and will happen.
Legislation has been introduced in Lansing that would allow motorists to use smartphones to present copies of vehicle registrations.
The lights are back on for all homes and businesses hit by one of the most devastating storms in Consumers’ 130-year history.
Most women would agree it’s not the most flattering connection, but women actually have a lot in common with cattle.
The State Board of Education is unanimously against issuing A-to-F grades for every public school in Michigan.
An Allegan-area woman who went missing on Sunday has been found in Louisiana, authorities say.
American Airlines said Tuesday that it plans to offer free meals to everyone in economy on certain cross-country flights starting May 1.
An Ottawa County brewery has served up its last beer.
Michigan officials have set up a three-mile surveillance area around the Newaygo County farm from which the steer originated.
Authorities say the suspected thief targeted several stores in Kent County, walking out with carts full of unpaid groceries.
Dolly Parton’s My People Fund has issued monthly checks to 921 people who lost their homes in deadly wildfires that ravaged Tennessee.
Dr. Miller is finding solutions for people living with chronic pain.
Plan for your future with David Carrier’s LifePlan workshop.
Learn more about the Younkers Goodwill Sale.
The Meijer LPGA Classic will need more than 700 volunteers, see how you can get involved!
See all the fun happening at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.
Goats, rabbits, chickens and honey bee hives could be allowed in Battle Creek under a proposed ordinance the city will discuss next week.
Cornerstone University fell short of winning its fourth men’s basketball national title on Tuesday night.