Authorities say a 13-year-old boy has died after being struck by a freight train in the Lansing area.
Samsung Electronics says it is stopping production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
Michigan residents who want to vote in the Nov. 8 presidential election have until Tuesday to register.
Michigan State Police say an elderly man drowned in a Calhoun County lake Monday afternoon.
The U.N. humanitarian agency in Geneva made an emergency appeal Monday for nearly $120 million in aid.
A Haitian family visiting West Michigan is pleading for help after the impoverished country was devastated by Hurricane Matthew.
There’s anecdotal evidence that a highly contagious virus is spiking among West Michigan children.
As the Grand Rapids Griffins get ready for their season opener, coach Todd Nelson has a lot more talent on the ice than he had last week.
After decades of neglect and the deaths of three children in a fire, a historic home in Grand Rapids has been reborn.
The search for the shooter or shooters who wounded eight and killed one at a party in Grand Rapids continues.
Police in armored gear searched an apartment building Monday in connection to a weekend incident in which nine people were shot.
KDPS says it will give Kalamazoo-area residents, applicants with diverse backgrounds and military veterans extra consideration.
If you’re angry or upset, you might want to simmer down before working out.
A Lansing-based company has recalled gallon bottles of drinking water because they may have milk residue in them.
Power was restored about an hour after the outage started.
The Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office said the man confronted people who were walking their dogs along the Al Sabo Trails in Texas Township.
Fall color enthusiasts will have to wait a week or two longer for West Michigan’s chromatic show.
Speaker Ryan told his party he’s focusing on making sure Hillary Clinton doesn’t get a blank check as president with a Democratic Congress.
Consumers Energy is speeding up plans to add lighting around GVSU campus after four recent reports of sexual assaults and a shooting nearby.
It’s a big day for the Big Ten and WMU on The Associated Press’ college football poll.