At Elizabeth’s Kitchen on 28th Street near US-131 in Wyoming, cockroaches were winning the pest control war.
Tyler Collins snapped an 0-for-30 skid in style, hitting two home runs for the Detroit Tigers in a victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
Authorities are working to find out who was behind hate messages that were spray-painted outside Forest Hills Central High School.
The former Rockford rowing coach who recorded teen girls while they changed their clothes is headed to a federal prison.
Federal safety regulators have closed their investigation of a crash that killed five bicyclists near Kalamazoo.
Davenport University topped Rio Grande twice on Wednesday to win the NAIA Division II Regional title and advance to the World Series.
A retired Grand Rapids Fire Department deputy chief is now the state’s top firefighter.
The new Wal-Mart near Whitehall opened for the first time on Wednesday morning to large crowds.
A special memorial park in Belding is almost complete.
South Haven’s South Beach was closed for two hours Wednesday after police got a flood of complaints about college students partying there.
A Muskegon man nearly died at running club, but thanks to some off-duty nurses who were having dinner nearby, he’s alive.
There were no late-inning heroics from the West Michigan Whitecaps on Wednesday.
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller has been named special counsel in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Western Michigan University alumni will soon be making sure Delta airplanes are ready to take to the skies.
Jamarion Lawhorn, Kent County’s youngest killer, is now getting regular visits and calls from his mom.
A 36-year-old soldier stationed in Hawaii who called Grand Rapids home was killed Sunday in a rollover crash.
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.