The Grand Rapids Police Department says it is looking for more people to join its expanding volunteer program.
A Detroit school board with the power to direct Michigan’s largest school system has been seated for the first time in seven years.
While the trees are native to the western United States, there are three giant sequoias at the Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary in Manistee.
Michigan has a new law that gives landlords the authority to ban tenants from growing or smoking medical marijuana.
Organizers of the Fifth Third River Bank run announced changes for this year’s event Wednesday.
While everyone likes a little warm spell in the middle of a brutal Michigan winter, there is a downside — potholes.
Michigan State Police are celebrating their centennial anniversary by bringing back a classic look to some of their cruisers.
Police have arrested a commercial snowplow truck driver suspected of hitting and killing a pedestrian in Wyoming on Tuesday morning.
Taco Bell plans to go nationwide this month with its latest concoction: a taco with a shell made entirely out of fried chicken.
A man who shouted racial slurs at a Grand Rapids taxi driver he attacked has entered a plea deal.
A Kent County information technology company is getting a $175,000 state grant to grow its company and add dozens of jobs.
A Cascade Township firefighter and former township clerk was charged related to an alleged sexual relationship with a teen girl.
A boil water advisory that was issued for residents using the Delton Public Water System has been lifted.
The family of a 10-year-old boy killed on what’s billed to be the world’s tallest water slide has reached a settlement.
Lawmakers said Wednesday that Sen. Jeff Sessions at times has shown hostility toward civil rights, making him unfit to be attorney general.
The 99th Michigan Legislature was formally sworn in Wednesday.
A man’s body has been found on a runway at a small municipal airport in Detroit.
There is a new addition at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Wednesday.
WMU’s athletic director said an email from Bryson White’s high school claiming they informed WMU of his troubles “is simply wrong.”
A DTE Energy worker monitoring a downed power line in a Detroit neighborhood has been robbed.