Jordan Carson takes viewers to a turkey fryer demonstration designed to educate consumers about the fire risk.
The 18-year-old charged with murder for a deadly road rage beating is back behind bars after a judge increased his bond on Wednesday.
State wildlife regulators say another deer in southern Michigan may have been found with chronic wasting disease.
The government wants smartphone makers to lock out most apps when the phone is being used by someone driving a car.
Power has been restored to a large portion of downtown Grand Rapids.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has accepted president-elect Donald Trump’s offer to be his ambassador to the UN.
A crash that killed five children in Tennessee is reviving discussion over whether school buses should also be equipped with seat belts.
Molly Reid thought she had used every tool available to try to get her daughter off heroin. She was wrong.
A new initiative from Muskegon Heights is aiming to bring government to the people by hosting town hall meetings around the city.
Western Michigan ranked No. 21 in the rankings released Tuesday.
A group that was suing over what it described as the “worst petition drive” in Michigan history has settled.
A Wayne State University police officer has died after being shot in the head while on patrol.
The rule would have made an estimated 4 million more higher-earning workers across the country eligible for overtime pay starting Dec. 1.
There is controversy again in Grand Haven over killing deer to control the population.
Tuesday marks annual Michigan Adoption Day.
The Friday matchup between Western Michigan and Toledo will have conference championship implications.
Michigan State Police say a missing Coldwater woman has been found safe after she left an adult foster care home.
The Michigan House will pay $515,000 in a settlement with two former legislative aides who alleged they were wrongfully fired.
A place dedicating to helping our youngest through the grief process is looking for volunteers.
When it comes to your county clerk or your sheriff or your drain commissioner, does a party affiliation make sense?