Authorities are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck two pedestrians near Muskegon.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expects the nationwide spike in mumps cases to continue into next month.
Dozens of new judges, recently elected or appointed to the bench, are being schooled on the finer points of being a jurist.
Ascendant Republicans drove a budget through Congress on Friday.
The name of the portable toilet rental provider apparently strikes too close to home for inaugural organizers.
The alarming upward spiral in traffic deaths may be partially explained by more Americans on the roads due to the economic recovery.
With fewer employees to handle uptick in business, Ruth Johnson is rapping with a kangaroo to encourage residents to visit ExpressSOS.com.
Three members of an Oceana County family will serve time for swindling the federal government out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A newborn girl stolen from a Florida hospital 18 years ago has been found alive, and police arrested the woman who raised her of kidnapping.
Kent County Animal Shelter pets of the week Cody and Polly are hoping to find new families.
A former University of Michigan football player whose drug and alcohol rehab center was shut down in August has sued the city of Detroit.
Takata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution.
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William Peter Blatty, the author of “The Exorcist,” has died.
The Justice Department says Chicago police permitted racial bias, used excessive force and shot people who did not pose immediate threats.
The U.S. Mint has unveiled a commemorative $100 gold coin that features an image of Liberty as a black woman.
The 21-year-old man who police say hit and killed a woman in Wyoming was arraigned in court Friday morning.
Once consumers get beyond the ick factor, they say, there are a lot of benefits to consuming bugs.
Police in Kalamazoo are looking for a suspect following a fight inside a Family Dollar store.
Michigan’s largest RV and camping show is back in West Michigan.