Five teens were seriously hurt early Sunday when the car they were in crashed into a tree, ejecting one of them and pinning the others in.
An officer fatally shot a developmentally disabled woman inside a Wal-Mart after she refused to drop a hatchet she had grabbed from a shelf.
For the first time since he was fired, we are hearing from the former Wyoming Public School’s Dean of Students.
The West Michigan Whitecaps came up short to the South Bend Cubs in the 2016 home opener at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Michigan officials say it’s time to prepare for storms and other bad weather that can strike during spring and summer.
CC Sabathia was grateful to be back on the mound in a regular-season game — even if it meant having to pitch in subfreezing temperatures.
Officials say three men who had been missing for three days were rescued Thursday from a deserted Pacific island.
Sen. Bernie Sanders picked up another win in Wyoming’s caucuses on Saturday.
More than two dozen delegates from Michigan are pledged to businessman Donald Trump at this summer’s Republican National Convention.
There was one last blast of winter-like weather Sunday before a warmer, sunnier trend takes over for the rest of the week.
More than 600 homes and businesses were without power Saturday afternoon in Georgetown Township.
Kevin Hayes scored with 5:38 remaining, Antti Raanta made 31 saves and the New York Rangers defeated the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.
West Michigan is a great place for foodies. Don’t believe us? Check out this list of 13 accolades that might change your mind.
Authorities say a naked man was arrested after breaking into a north Georgia home through a pet door.
Portage police say a man was killed after a rollover crash on Saturday.
The U.S. Air Force says it has deployed B-52 bombers to Qatar to take part in the U.S.-led bombing campaign against the Islamic State.
Authorities say a police officer fatally shot a hatchet-wielding woman inside a western Wisconsin Wal-Mart store.
Engineers, safety advocates and even automakers have a safety message for federal regulators eager to get self-driving cars on the road.
Nearly 1,400 water systems serving 3.6 million Americans exceeded the federal lead standard at least once during the past three years.
After nearly weeks of searching, Belgian authorities announced Saturday they had finally identified the elusive “man in the hat.”