Former astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn has died in Ohio. He was 95.
The House has approved a wide-ranging bill to approve water projects across the country, including $170 million to address lead in Flint.
Michigan bucks the national trend with more investment in rural areas.
President-elect Donald Trump is expected to pick fast-food executive Andrew Puzder to lead the Labor Department.
A group of students say rules for the school’s two Free Speech Zones limit their freedom of speech.
Now is the community’s chance to step in and support the team at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
A powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck near the Pacific’s Solomon Islands on Friday, prompting authorities to issue tsunami warnings.
Detroit police have released video footage of a new, unidentified suspect in the fatal shooting of a college police officer.
A diabetes drug developed in Kalamazoo is showing promise in treating Parkinson’s disease.
Rachael takes viewers behind the scenes at the John Ball Zoo.
Consumers Energy and five nonprofits are helping 30,000 Michigan households pay energy bills this winter.
Police say a man suspected of shooting two Georgia police officers is dead.
The Grand Rapids Choir of Men and Boys is carrying on its tradition of free concerts to the West Michigan community.
Don’t miss Journey to Bethlehem in Grand Haven.
Don’t miss the 4th Annual Tinsel Toes 5K in Downtown Battle Creek.
America’s Got Talent, Sons of Serendip, have a fun concert coming up this weekend.
Find out more about the 3rd Annual “Who Still Got the Juice”.
Three people were killed when up to 40 vehicles were involved in a crash on I-96 east of Lansing.
A member of the Electoral College has created a website urging Donald Trump supporters to rally electors around the president-elect.
As snow continues to fall, so are driving speeds through parts of West Michigan.