A study of pregnancies found that women who had miscarriages between 2010-2012 were more likely to have had back-to-back annual flu shots.
The Indians extended their winning streak to 20 games and matched the AL mark, beating the Detroit Tigers 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Parents of a 7-year-old girl with a rare and terminal disorder are fighting a plan to send her to a school a 90-minute bus ride away.
Emergency workers Tuesday rushed to find Hurricane Irma’s victims — dead or alive — and deliver food and water to the stricken Keys.
Fennville Public Schools suspended its head football coach for two games after he manhandled a player during a game last week.
The loved ones of a missing Wyoming mother took their search outside of the county she lived in and into the woods in Newaygo County.
The Kent County Health Department hosted a meeting Tuesday for Belmont residents who recently learned their well water may be contaminated.
A woman was reportedly sexually assaulted on GVSU’s Allendale campus over the weekend, just days into the new semester.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette formalized his candidacy Tuesday evening during a barbecue event at the Midland fairgrounds.
The state appeals court decided that recordings of calls between officers about a former prosecutor’s crash must be released to the media.
The search for a wanted man who escaped from a police cruiser is over.
Apple has broken the $1,000 barrier with its latest, and most expensive, phone, the iPhone X.
Don’t wait to schedule your fall color tour this year, because experts say peak colors in the Mitten could come a bit early.
At least two troops of Boy Scouts in West Michigan are out thousands of dollars in stolen equipment.
Bills advancing in Michigan’s Legislature would require that special problem-solving courts receive state certification to operate.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department Residential Safety Program is getting a big boost from the federal government.
Detroit Tigers fans can already start thinking about the 2018 season, as the team unveiled its schedule Tuesday.
Grand Rapids city officials now have a plan to deal with old, potentially dangerous trees hanging over homes, streets and park land.
Marilyn Schlack, 81, has been president of the college since 1982 and with the school since 1974.
Silent Observer is looking to identify a man caught peering into women’s restroom stall at a Grandville business.