EightWest visit Hart Tree Farms to get all Christmas tree questions answered.
Time is ticking down for Jason Dalton’s lawyers to build their case in the Feb. 20 shootings that killed six people.
Authorities say a husband and wife from Ann Arbor died in a crash involving 53 vehicles.
Sean Phillips will spend up to 45 years in prison after he was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his daughter Baby Kate.
A prosecutor says he has evidence that Jeffrey Willis was a copycat killer following the lead of a pair of murderers from decades ago.
Authorities say the driver who sparked a head-on crash in Ionia County was unable to stop for the traffic light.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the resort town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, have reopened to the public after deadly wildfires.
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries in an explosive fire investigators believe was fueled by natural gas.
Police say a WMU student-athlete is in custody after being named a person of interest in connection to the fatal shooting of a student.
A lawsuit filed by two former aides against two former state representatives who were ousted amidst a scandal has been dismissed.
The Ferris State Bulldogs are led by a staff that has coached literally thousands of high school students in West Michigan.
Exodus Place and Answer Health on Demand show off how telemedicine can help men struggling with homelessness
A second Georgia police officer has died a day after being shot alongside a fellow officer while responding to a domestic dispute report.
Legislation proposed by U.S. Sen. Gary Peters is on its way to President Obama’s desk to be signed into law.
A Grand Rapids police officer accused of driving drunk will serve probation and pay a fine.
A statewide effort is underway to crack down on prescription drug abuse by overhauling a state database.
Deputies say evidence left behind during a Dec. 4 break-in at the Olive Township gas station led them to the teen.
The call came in as a kitchen fire — routine for firefighters in most circumstances. But this fire was anything but routine.
Officials investigating a fire that killed 36 people at a warehouse plan to bring in engineers to examine the building’s electrical system.
47 years after the Vietnam War, thanks to an act of Congress, a former U.S. Army medic is a step closer to receiving the Medal of Honor.