The Michigan House approved a $56.7 billion budget that includes a modest boost in traditional state aid for K-12 districts.
Doctors and parents involved in female genital mutilation could go to prison for up to 15 years under bills overwhelmingly approved Tuesday.
The best of the Midwest League is gathered in Midland for the All-Star Game, and the West Michigan Whitecaps were well represented.
Several West Michigan high school students are spending the first week of summer break training for their future.
Vietnam War veteran John Biermaker is finally getting what he has so desperately needed: a handicap-accessible ramp outside his home.
The Muskegon Heights Pubic School Academy System has found a new superintendent.
The city council in Zeeland voted unanimously Monday to form a committee to determine options for providing police services.
With so many devices and so much extra time on their hands, it’s not hard for kids to get sucked in by screen time.
Republicans are getting ready for Senate votes on legislation scuttling former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
The Grand Haven City Council approved an amendment to a measure to charge for parking at a popular lot during certain weekends.
The body of a Grand Rapids mother of three was found in a pond at the Grand Traverse Resort on Sunday.
Help raise scholarship funds for foster care children in our community
Michiganders took to social media after an online ticket marketplace forgot to add the Upper Peninsula to the map of the United States.
The Michigan Legislature has given final approval to legislation to coax more newly hired school employees into a 401(k)-only benefit.
Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Robert Young Jr. says he’ll run for Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s seat in 2018.
Leigh’s opens at 9:30am for the Construction Sale Party. A DJ will be hammering out some great tunes, and there will be refreshing sips and …
The GOP health care bill would phase out expanded Medicaid, which pays for medication, rehab and other services for younger addicts.
Thousands suffer from back and neck pain daily. Here’s how you can fix it.
Today, we had the pleasure of introducing you to a brand new crew member, Melissa Powell a divorce attorney at DAWN Legal Services.
Here Comes the Funny Tour on June 22 with comedians Adam Sandler, David Spade, Nick Swardson and Rob Schneider.