An appeals court says there’s no right to privacy in records that show the location of towers used to complete cellphone calls.
James De Young Power Plant will remain staffed and keep generating power using natural gas.
Police are warning of major safety concerns following one man’s efforts to expose suspected sexual predators through online videos.
The uncle who piled blankets and pillows atop a crying 5-month-old baby to keep him quiet will spend the next year in jail.
The redevelopment of Lyon Square in downtown Grand Rapids would be the center point of the river restoration project.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation held an event to honor former First Lady Betty Ford at Meijer Gardens.
Legislation meant to criminalize posting “revenge porn” on the Internet will be on its way to Gov. Snyder.
The Michigan Legislature has approved Gov. Snyder’s request to extend the state emergency declaration in Flint.
U.S. health officials say there’s no longer any doubt that the Zika virus causes severe birth defects.
A new penguin habitat that the Detroit Zoo calls the world’s largest such facility allows visitors to come nose-to-beak with the birds.
Part of the project includes a 570-foot wooden walking bridge designed to look like a railroad bridge.
The mother of Douglas Pollok says the man who killed her son stole at least 58 years from son, she wanted a sentence to match that theft.
The girl who survived February’s random shooting spree in Kalamazoo will get to go home after spending 6 weeks in rehabilitation facility.
The spending plan includes a modest boost in K-12 aid but different amounts for colleges than proposed by the governor.
The second annual Pulaski Queen Ball takes place on Saturday, April 16.
Ashley Decair is dedicating her Gazelle Girl run to a Texas boy with special needs.
The EPA’s top water regulator said proposed changes to the federal lead water rule will not be released until next year.
Experts say ambushes are an especially troubling trend when it comes to this year’s officers who have died.
The Texas teenager who used an “affluenza” defense in a fatal drunken-driving wreck must serve nearly two years in jail.
As part of domestic violence awareness month, Silent Observer put out a wanted poster on Facebook with 21 suspects.