An Oxford University study found that a big chunk of the news shared on Twitter in Michigan was from bad sources.
Matt Davidson had his first career triple and first home run as a member of the Chicago White Sox in a victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Axon, a company that makes body cameras, is offering police department nationwide the chance to outfit officers for free for one year.
General Motors is holding to its 2017 profit forecast despite some headwinds in the key U.S. market.
It’s that time of the year: Emergency siren tests across West Michigan counties are starting up again.
An Ontario company wants to store waste from nuclear power plants underground less than a mile from Lake Huron.
Rickles, who would have been 91 on May 8, suffered kidney failure and died Thursday morning at his home.
A final confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is expected Friday.
Facebook is launching a resource to help you spot false news and misleading information that spreads on its service.
Authorities in Allegan County say they have arrested two people in connection to a scam targeting a logging company.
At Creepshow, creepy creations will be up for sale in the form paintings, glasses, and even tattoos.
Sole Sisters is hosting a preview run of the 5K, 10K and Half Marathon Courses for Gazelle Girl!
Paul O’Neill, who founded the progressive metal band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has died at 61.
Gates open at 4 p.m. Friday for the West Michigan Whitecaps’ season-opener doubleheader against the South Bend Cubs.
The chairman of the House intelligence committee announced Thursday he is temporarily stepping aside from the panel’s probe into Russia.
Strong winds and heavy, wet snow caused thousands of homes to lose power on Thursday.
Officers found two women lying on the ground following a single vehicle crash in Kalamazoo early Thursday.
Weather and speed contributed to the deadly crash in Oshtemo Township Thursday morning, according to the undersheriff.
All lanes of US-131 in Kalamazoo have reopened after vehicles got stuck in heavy, wet snow Thursday morning.
Kyle Lowry had 27 points and 10 assists in his return from a wrist injury and the Toronto Raptors rallied to beat the Detroit Pistons.