A building that was the former site of a fitness center in Holland Township was damaged in an early morning fire Thursday.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park announced their complete lineup Thursday morning for the Fifth Third Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer…
A powerful system moved across the Great Lakes Thursday night, spawning storms capable of strong winds and hail.
The license of a nurse who worked for a pharmacy that was illegally repacking and reselling old drugs has been suspended.
The Boston Celtics picked up a key victory and eliminated Detroit from playoff contention, beating the Pistons.
The West Michigan Whitecaps have postponed Thursday’s season opener game due to rain.
Detroit has launched a cellphone application that will make it easier for residents to file complaints about infrastructure.
Weather permitting, the West Michigan Whitecaps will host their season opener at Fifth Third Ballpark against the Dayton Dragons.
Grand Rapids Public Schools never called police after a teacher was fired for allegedly abusing young students.
The April 11, 1965 tornadoes were particularly deadly because of miscommunication.
A Life EMS Ambulance program allows people to work off their ambulance bills if they can’t afford them by volunteering at a nonprofit.
A tornado machine, a Tesla coil with active lightning and wind tunnels can all be found in the “Science of Storms” exhibit in Chicago.
At least two state workers have been disciplined for their inaction in the case of a 12-year-old boy accused of killing a 9-year-old.
The Michigan Supreme Court has upheld a law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pension or get less in retirement.
Defense contractor Plasan is relocating its headquarters to Walker.
Anibal Sanchez helped Detroit blank Minnesota for the second straight game as the Tigers routed the Twins Wednesday.