A pair of Albion officers took a rare emergency call Friday for a baby that couldn’t wait to make its debut.
A woman and her two children were held captive for more than two years in a Virginia home before escaping, authorities said.
Workers may have been moving a gas meter when an explosion tore through a Minneapolis school building this week.
Marcus Hutchins, a young British researcher credited with derailing a global cyberattack in May, was arrested.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate slipped to 4.3 percent, matching a 16-year low first reached in May.
The Detroit Tigers appear to be saving their best baseball for rainy days.
Michigan State Police has released its findings on the crash that killed a Norton Shores police officer earlier this year.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down as severe thunderstorms moved through Michigan.
Special Counsel Mueller is using a grand jury as part of an investigation into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.
A woman and a 3-year-old girl were hospitalized after being hit by a vehicle while riding their bike Thursday.
At age 75, Alice Tym has been playing pickleball for five years.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced he’s switching parties as President Donald Trump visited the increasingly conservative state.
The Blough brothers picked the name Blu Sky Farms for their business, but lately the sky has been a bit too blue.
A repeat drunken driver who hit and killed a Grand Rapids grandmother could be ordered to 2.5 to just under five years in prison.
Western Michigan’s football program held its first fall practice of the season Thursday morning.
He doesn’t use a gun or even imply he has a weapon, but the robber police believe to be Jacob Abraham Savickas could still be dangerous.
A Vietnam veteran whose final wish was granted by a group of motorcyclists has died from lung cancer.
The mix of drivers trying to bypass construction and patrons trying to pass through area has become a dangerous combination.
Police reports show that just before one of Christopher Lockhart’s arrests, he was ignoring the conditions of a restricted driver’s license.
A man suspected of two murders in two West Michigan counties was officially charged today in Kalamazoo County.