WOTV 4 Women Wellness Expert Michele Fife has the recipe to make your own sweet-smelling and beneficial bath.
The fourth annual Michigan Youth Leadership Training camp helps kids learn to implement leadership skills into their daily lives.
A section of southbound US-131 in Wyoming has reopened after it was closed Tuesday morning following a two-vehicle, wrong-way crash.
Arias again is back in the spotlight, this time serving as her own attorney after a judge approved her request Monday to represent herself.
The woman says she was drugged and raped at what authorities are calling a “rave” in southern Mecosta County.
Michigan voters Tuesday cast their ballots in primary races for 110 state House seats and 38 state Senate seats, and other important issues.
The New York Yankees took the first of 3 straight matchups against Detroit’s Cy Young Award winners, beating Max Scherzer and the Tigers.
Some residents criticize the chief’s large number of reserves, and there have been excessive force claims. Others say he’s doing a good job.
Grand Rapids police say they found an abandoned, crashed vehicle after a report of shots fired Monday evening.
Qualifying rounds in the Meijer LPGA Classic were held Monday at Blythefield Country Club in Belmont.
A man who exposed himself to a 7-year-old girl and sent inappropriate photos to a 13-year-old has pleaded guilty in the two cases.
A 12-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing a 9-year-old boy has been charged as an adult in juvenile court with open murder.
The young men who organized a rave in rural Mecosta County during which several people were hurt said they don’t regret it.
Water treatment officials say the conditions in Lake Michigan make an algae and toxin problem like the one seen in Toledo unlikely.
A teen says he’s not the father of a baby girl who was found abandoned on the side of a dirt road in Newaygo County.
Portage voters in three precincts will be voting at a different location for Tuesday’s primary, according to a release from the city.