A prosecutor says psychiatrists have concluded that a man is incompetent to stand trial in the fatal stabbing of his aunt at their home.
Joshua Davis made it to the season finale of “The Voice,” but in the end, America didn’t choose him to win NBC’s hit singing competition.
Egg prices have surged higher as the death of millions of hens from bird flu is beginning to tighten supplies.
Red Wings coach Babcock had negotiations with the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday regarding the possibility of becoming their next head coach.
A number of restaurants, stores and museums around the country are offering freebies and discounts on Memorial Day weekend.
The fire chief in Crockery Township said it is yet to be seen how Monday’s electric shock incident will impact the small department.
The now-closed Fremont plant that turned food scraps into green energy faces a lawsuit claiming it owes its builder nearly $5 million.
Experts say gas prices for the holiday weekend are expected to be the cheapest in several years.
Police say they are treating the case of a woman found dead in a wooded area in Walker as a homicide.
Nearly two dozen students from Grand Rapids Public Schools are competing to have their energy-related work displayed during ArtPrize.
While some departments struggle to attract minority candidates, KDPS has taken a different approach that helps to increase diversity.
Ottawa County authorities say a man accidentally set himself on fire on Tuesday afternoon.
After more than five years, a man has been convicted of a 2009 Grand Rapids murder.
Aly’s Closet in Kalamazoo County needs your help to continue to provide basic needs for these children and their families
The man who drove off after hitting a 4-year-old who was sledding in Grand Rapids will spend time in jail.
A man and his family used almost $187 million it collected for cancer patients to spend on themselves, federal officials alleged.