he teen who was allegedly sexually assaulted by his tutor returned to the stand for the fourth time Wednesday.
Farmers will store apples up to a year using technology that has been around for more than a hundred years.
Power has been restored to hundreds of Consumers Energy customers in Kent County.
Howard had his 19th career shutout, and Tatar and Jurco each had a goal and an assist to lift Detroit past the Columbus Blue Jackets
Without warning on Friday, American Laser Skincare closed its more than 100 locations nationwide, including one near Grand Rapids.
The City of Wyoming is improving the technology used by is snowplows in the hopes of increasing efficiency and saving money.
Van Buren County authorities say they checked three times on a dog that people were concerned about and determined it is healthy.
One of the six men charged in connection to the September murder of a man in northeastern Kent County testified against his co-defendants.
Muskegon County has agreed to pay a former jail inmate who sued, saying he was denied medical care.
The snow is expected to stop by Friday morning.
The Democrat-controlled Senate has defeated a bill to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
A man convicted of torturing and then killing a cat in front of his neighbors is headed to prison for at least 16 months.
Three people were killed Tuesday when a train struck a minivan west of Kalamazoo.
A group of economic development experts led by Gov. Rick Snyder will leave Wednesday for a trade mission to China.
The Meijer State Games of Michigan’s winter event is returning for a second year in the Grand Rapids area.
The park was severely damaged when an EF-1 tornado touched down in July.