Police are looking for the suspect who robbed a liquor store in Norton Shores Wednesday night.
Models are taking to the runway to help those suffering from multiple sclerosis.
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers lost power Thursday as a storm made its way across West Michigan.
The Brussels airport bombing has raised questions about whether airports need additional security before you even step foot in the door.
Andre Drummond had 30 points and 14 rebounds, and the Detroit Pistons never trailed in their victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday.
The Legislature has approved $28 million in spending from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund on dozens of land purchases.
The state can yank someone’s driver’s license even if a judge decides to scratch an alcohol-related conviction.
Michigan officials are asking people who fish in the Pere Marquette River to help prevent spread of the New Zealand mudsnail.
The 2013 lawsuit stemmed from a surveillance camera used in a police department locker room.
The federal government is providing up to $15 million to temporarily hire 400 Flint residents to aid with recovery from the city’s water cri…
Figures show unemployment in Michigan continues to fall.
Bates Footwear, a division of Wolverine Worldwide, has been awarded a new contract to make boots for the U.S. Marine Corps.
Deputies arrested two suspects after an attempted break-in at Cedar Springs Public Schools’ administration building.
The future of a longtime Battle Creek brewery is uncertain as property owner and business owner engage in a now-publicized money dispute.
“It certainly makes you look at life differently when you come this close to dying,” Thompson said Wednesday.
The Battle Creek resident among the wounded in the terrorist attack at the Brussels airport was shot before explosions, he told his family.
The Michigan Sabercats announced support services days after the arrest of Thomas Galloway.
They came to see the Rocketman, but they had to get through the metal detectors first.
The Islamic State group has trained at least 400 fighters to target Europe in deadly waves of attacks.
Electronics manufacturer Firstronic is expanding again in Grand Rapids, bringing dozens of new jobs to the area.