One week after flames broke out at the Crosstown Parkway Senior Community in Kalamazoo, those who live there are still displaced.
Leaders in the unmanned aircraft industry are trying to persuade young people who think drones are cool to consider flying them for a living…
Birds took the blame for bringing down the jet that “Sully” Sullenberger landed on the Hudson River. They have been paying for it with their…
Chicago officials are pledging to revamp the city Police Department following a scathing federal report.
The makers of “Star Wars” have put a quick end to rumors that while Carrie Fisher has died, her Princess Leia may live on.
President-elect Donald Trump’s meetings with CEOs seeking federal approval for major mergers are raising red flags for ethics lawyers.
Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder has had a consistent message for Rodney Hood this season: Keep shooting, keep shooting, keep shooting.
The tale laid out by court documents show a teen who it seemed could not stay out of trouble with the law.
Western Michigan has hired former Purdue assistant Tim Lester as its football coach.
If you’re looking for love, you may want to leave Michigan and head south.
The decision to change a longtime tradition at Mona Shores High School sparked controversy among students this week.
A week after Josh Kuiper resigned from the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office following an alcohol-related crash, he’s now being sued.
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.