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John Ball Park will be filled with families this weekend for the annual Easter egg hunt.
Police say surgeons at a Massachusetts hospital removed 27 bags of heroin from a man who allegedly tried smuggling them into the U.S.
The family of two New York City siblings says authorities confirmed they died in the bombings in Brussels.
Doctors say the youngest survivor in the Kalamazoo shooting spree might be ready to go home sooner than initially expected.
Winners of Thursday’s high school boys basketball games are now just one victory away from a state title.
There are several apps that act like an Amber Alert for cardiac arrests, using GPS to alert people trained in CPR to emergencies nearby.
Anthony Mantha also scored his first NHL goal.
Norton Shores police say they think the same person who robbed a liquor store Wednesday also held up a convenience store Thursday.
On the same morning the second suspect will be arraigned for the murder of Michael White, the teen’s family will hold a memorial service.
The Michigan Supreme Court is interested in a dispute over a $300,000 inheritance in Allegan County.
Off-road vehicle riders in Michigan will be able to use state-designated routes and trails without a license or permit on two weekends.
A prison inmate and his daughter-in-law illegally collected Social Security benefits for nearly a decade.
Lawyers representing residents in Flint are asking a judge to order home delivery of clean water.
People coercing women to have an abortion would be penalized under a pair of bills the Michigan House has approved.
The bills would require the posting of human trafficking notices in rest stops, strip clubs, airports, and bus and train stations.
A sixth grade student spearheaded an initiative at her school to help a refugee family resettle in West Michigan.
The second of two 15-year-olds accused of murdering another teen in Wyoming will be charged as adult.
The man convicted of shooting two teenagers in downtown Grand Rapids will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Michigan lawmakers have more work to do on literacy legislation that could lead to third-graders being held back if they lag behind in readi…