A conservative state senator is running for Michigan governor in 2018.
The agencies teamed up to send a dramatic life-saving message to teens about the risk of swimming when a red flag is out.
President Vladimir Putin says the Russian state has never been involved in hacking.
Kellogg Co. is cutting more than 1,000 workers, as it follows through with a cost-cutting plan amid falling sales.
Police have started carrying new protection for their K-9 partners: naloxone.
Portage Department of Public Safety officers say a woman was killed in a head-on crash that also sent a man to the hospital.
J.D. Martinez and Justin Upton hit two-run doubles with two outs in the third inning as the Detroit Tigers held off the Kansas City Royals.
Hudsonville’s Tom Vruggink has become the eighth high school softball coach in Michigan history to rack up 1,000 wins.
Two West Michigan lacrosse teams — one boys and one girls — took steps Wednesday toward repeating titles.
Police said LeBron James’ mansion in Los Angeles was vandalized with a racial slur spray painted onto the front gate.
At a Grand Rapids town hall, Rep. Amash tried to explain his positions, which are often in opposition to both parties and the White House.
Grand Rapids police are investigating after a man was found dead in the bathroom of a McDonald’s.
A Grand Haven couple raised thousands of dollars for research into a neurological disorder by opening their home to the public.
Overcrowding at mental health facilities is causing organizations to think of other options for those who can’t get inpatient treatment.
The annual Give-A-Glove Campaign supporting the YMCA’s community baseball programs was kicked off Wednesday.
Grand Rapids honored the fallen on the original Memorial Day date, May 30, with an annual parade through downtown.
“A number of things can cause (lithium batteries) to light on fire,” an electronics specialist said.
A Mecosta County pastor was flanked by supporters as he faced a judge and jury Wednesday, charged with trying to influence a jury.
Unlicensed contractors can illegally hold your property hostage with a piece of paper and state law lets them get away with it.
Residents of several Newaygo and Oceania county communities will soon have to wait longer for an ambulance to show up at their door.