M-STEP results released Tuesday show that fewer than half of the students were proficient in 17 of 18 subject-grade tests.
Berrien County is offering a break to some people who have outstanding bench warrants.
The two former WMU football players charged in an armed robbery stole not only cash but marijuana, according to a probable cause hearing.
Scientists have found evidence to support that man’s best friend really does understand some of what we’re saying.
Deputies in South Carolina have increased patrols after getting reports of people dressed as clowns trying to lure kids into the woods.
A man was sentenced for a crash that killed his girlfriend and the woman’s unborn child.
The ruling is the latest — and biggest — salvo in the EU executive Commission’s battle to have multinationals pay their fair share in the re…
Authorities are investigating after a man was found dead in a submerged vehicle in a Branch County lake.
Lakeview High School will put an end to cellphone usage in the classroom this school year.
The FBI is warning state officials to boost election security in light of evidence that hackers targeted related systems in two states.
A 16-year-old was hurt in a drive-by shooting in Kentwood Monday afternoon.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to lift the Detroit Tigers to a victory over the Chicago White Sox.
The Michigan Apple Committee is forecasting a harvest of 31 million bushels.
Michigan is set to release the results of student scores on newer, more rigorous standardized tests.
As Michigan’s unemployment rate dips, some employers say they’re feeling the pinch when it comes to filling open positions.
Three WMU grad students will live at a retirement community as part of an immersion program believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.
Wyoming police say a man who had been missing for days was found safe.
It will cost you more to park in downtown Grand Rapids starting Thursday, but there will also be more free transportation options.
Hundreds of West Michigan students are starting the school year off a week earlier than most districts in the state.
Prosecutors have dropped a case against a man who allegedly shouted threats and a racial slur at an 11-year-old boy in Wyoming.