Kalamazoo County authorities who were investigating the death of an infant now believe a medical issue may be to blame.
One person was shot in the hand in Grand Rapids Sunday evening, police say.
A state panel has called for distributing $40.3 million in grants next year for land purchases and outdoor recreation development projects.
The Pistons have lost six straight for the first time since late in the 2014-15 season.
Former Detroit Tigers teammates Jack Morris and Alan Trammell have been elected to the baseball Hall of Fame.
Michigan State Police held their “Stuff the Blue Goose for Christmas” event in West Michigan Sunday.
An Ionia County man was arrested at his home Sunday after allegedly threatening a woman at gunpoint in neighboring Eaton County.
Matthew Stafford passed for 381 yards with an injured throwing hand and set up Matt Prater for a 46-yard field goal in the closing seconds.
Surplus items from Caledonia Community Schools will be up for auction online this week.
Was a plan to fire a city manager hatched amid motor oil and windshield wipers?
The Whoville 5K in Grand Rapids is the funniest, coolest and most happiest 5K of the year.
Michigan State Police says they now believe four shootings on Detroit’s freeway system are linked to the same suspect or suspects.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. said women who accuse someone of sexual misconduct deserve to be heard, even if it involves President Trump.
Portage police say a man was hospitalized after he allegedly assaulted a police officer and tried to steal a patrol car.
One of the marquee races during Decision 2018 will be the one for the United States Senate.
A toxic waste site in southwestern Michigan has been placed on a national priority list for accelerated cleanup work.
Most Republicans in Alabama say they plan to vote for Roy Moore on Tuesday, despite sexual misconduct allegations against the former judge.
Kalamazoo police say a man was taken into custody Saturday night after a standoff.
A West Michigan woman fighting breast cancer got to take a step away from medical treatment and hospital visits Saturday.
Dozens gathered at Woodland Mall in Kentwood to attend a book signing by former Storm Team 8 meteorologist and Rockford Native Ginger Zee.