Charmian Carr, the actress best known for portraying the eldest von Trapp daughter in Rogers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music,” has died.
Miguel Cabrera got his 2,500th career hit to help the Tigers pull within seven games of Cleveland.
Marcus Mariota converted a fourth down with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Andre Johnson with 1:13 left, lifting the Tennessee Titans to a win.
“Blair Witch,” ”Bridget Jones’s Baby” and “Snowden” didn’t ground “Sully” at the weekend box office.
Over the last year, Michigan has allocated $234 million toward the Flint water crisis, but has been much slower in enacting policy reforms.
Nearly 2,000 Consumers Energy customers in Grand Rapids lost power Sunday afternoon after a tree fell on an electrical line.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is aggressively outworking Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, a state he can scarcely afford to lose.
The Cheers to Michigan Brew Fest was held on Sept. 17.
It was a busy week for presidential politics in Michigan with two presidential candidates and a vice presidential candidate in the state.
The bomb that rocked a New York City neighborhood contained residue of an explosive often used for target practice, law enforcement said.
Deputies in Berrien County say they have identified the driver who took off after a fatal crash.
Authorities in the Upper Peninsula are searching for three people, including a 9-year-old, who didn’t return after an afternoon of fishing.
Authorities say the pilot and all four skydivers have survived a fiery plane crash in a Phoenix suburb Saturday night.
The stabbings of nine people at a Minnesota mall look to be the work of a “lone attacker,” officials said Monday.
A Detroit police officer has died, five days after he was shot at a gas station.
Ottawa County sheriff’s deputies say a man was killed in a crash that sent three others to the hospital.
Dispatchers say Northbound US-131 is shut down at 142nd Avenue in Allegan County due to a crash.
No. 12 Michigan State took advantage of mistakes by No. 18 Notre Dame and held on for a victory Saturday night.
Another win, but another damaging injury Saturday for the Cleveland Indians.
An explosion rocked a Manhattan neighborhood and injured 29 people, and a suspicious device discovered blocks away was safely removed.