Under the proposal, which the Legislature has yet to approve, the minimum wage would rise gradually, reaching $15 by 2022.
Kim is postponing the chemotherapy and radiation that are her best hope against the cancer but would threaten her developing child.
Two people were injured when their vehicles collided near Kent City Tuesday morning.
Here are seven activities you must do when visiting or while living in West Michigan.
An Egyptian man who hijacked an EgyptAir plane during a routine domestic flight to Cairo has surrendered and was taken into custody.
A local man is no longer living with the fear that a rare type of aneurysm could suddenly kill him.
Dylan Larkin, Riley Sheahan and Luke Glendening scored, and the Detroit Red Wings held on for a victory against the Buffalo Sabres.
The White House retains one, albeit risky, option to bypass a Republican blockade in the U.S. Senate of nominee Merrick Garland.
Three teen lifeguards in Hastings are being hailed as heroes, credited with saving a young boy’s life at the community center pool.
Kalamazoo County authorities are warning residents not to be taken in by phone scammers claiming to be collecting for the 8th District Court…
Police in Emmett Township are asking for the public’s help to find whoever sneaked into a home and stealing credit cards and a gun.
A judge has sent Virgil Smith to jail for a shooting incident involving his ex-wife, but ruled the state senator does not have to resign.
Protecting Michigan Taxpayers is suing the firm it hired to collect signatures to get a measure to repeal the prevailing wage on the ballot.
The FBI said it used a mysterious technique without Apple’s help to hack into the iPhone used by a gunman in a mass shooting in California.
There is a battle brewing in the community of Jenison over plans for a new path to Maplewood Park.
Natural causes have been ruled out in the Saturday death of a Kalamazoo girl. Now the focus is on determining what did cause her death.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley’s most recent project in Flint is making sure that the response to the water crisis doesn’t cause another problem.
A Barry County jury has found a man guilty of a lesser charge for shooting and killing a man in the road last summer.
Two men face charges locally and at the federal level connected to a multi-state iPhone scam that targeted a number of businesses.
Capitol Police officers say a man was shot by police after drawing what looked like a firearm at a U.S. Capitol checkpoint.