Officers with a West Michigan drug enforcement task force conducted an investigation at a house in the community of Jenison on Thursday.
A boy has died after police say he fell from an outdoor water slide at a resort in the Wisconsin Dells area.
More than $43,700 in federal money will go to a program at the Battle Creek VA Medical Center to decrease the number of homeless veterans.
The federal government has allowed four groups at the forefront of the white nationalist movement to register as charities.
The 53-year-old man admitted to the deputy that he attempted to stop a vehicle on M-40 in Cass County for speeding.
Clinton is the fifth presidential candidate in American history to win the popular vote and lose the Electoral College.
Snyder says students will no longer be automatically expelled or suspended due to misconduct.
Consumers Energy is a practical holiday gift idea.
Shelby Lentz brings her talents to the eightWest studio.
A landlord who inappropriately touched women who were interested in renting an apartment has been sentenced.
The U.S. auto safety agency has opened an investigation into complaints that another 1 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles can roll away.
Lawyers for three families say Ikea is agreeing to pay $50 million because toddlers died when the company’s dressers tipped over on them.
One person was killed when a semi-truck drove off a ramp in Holland Thursday morning.
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Gov. Rick Snyder says he has “no reason to be concerned” about being charged in the Flint water investigation.
Trump proposed the Muslim ban during the Republican primary campaign, drawing sharp criticism from both parties.
According to Michigan Blood, someone needs blood in the U.S. every two seconds.
A Detroit roadway has been renamed for Stevie Wonder.
A supposedly bipartisan deal to repeal North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law collapsed when both sides balked and started blaming each other.
There was some great action on the hardwood Wednesday at both the college and high school levels.