A national protest organized after President Donald Trump first introduced his executive order on immigration will be held Thursday.
More than 400 boats from over 100 manufacturers are on display at the state’s longest-running boat show.
The 15-year-old Ford Field will be getting a $100 million face lift in time for the 2017 Detroit Lions season.
A campus safety officer at Calvin College has been fired and charged with reckless use of a firearm.
The Griffin’s win over the Manitoba Moose Wednesday was an unsatisfying win for the head coach.
A Holland artist who created Bible-based art to support Syrian refugees says he was banned by PayPal because of national security concerns.
Families say an East Grand Rapids contractor left them with excuses, questionable bills and half-finished projects.
Detroit Red Wings’ Gustav Nyquist was suspended without pay for high-sticking Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon in the face.
A murder suspect’s sister testified that after she witnessed him kill his wife, he threatened to kill her, too, if she told.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos referred to magnet schools as the original school choice option.
The man who police say hit and killed a Zeeland grandmother was charged Wednesday.
A suburban Detroit has admitted to killing his two daughters and two stepchildren and torturing his second wife.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for labor secretary abruptly withdrew his nomination Wednesday.
Two bodies found in northern Indiana are those of 13-year-old girls who went missing while hiking.
Wal-Mart has acquired the outdoor clothing and gear seller Moosejaw for $51 million as it expands its online offerings.
Yahoo is warning users of potentially malicious activity on their accounts between 2015 and 2016.
Kalamazoo County is joining a handful of other counties in West Michigan to provide text-to-911 service.
President Trump asked Israel’s prime minister to “hold off” on building settlements in land the Palestinians claim for their future state.
The 72nd annual Grand Rapids Boat Show begins Wednesday at DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids.
The EPIC-MRA poll found the majority of state voters support having a health care option provided by the government.