Officials say a black bear that mauled a girl in northern Michigan nearly three years ago has been killed.
It’s not yet clear what led up to the Wednesday evening stabbing in Kalamazoo.
After a student was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, Portage Northern High School advising parents on what they need to know.
Commissioners are considering shutting down some parks and even animal control to close the deficit.
Last October, Craig Alguire was exercising on a bicycle in his basement when he suddenly felt like he couldn’t talk.
One parent is upset a book about boy who likes to wear a dress to school was read at a Forest Hills elementary school to his third-grader.
DTE Energy Foundation gifts $150,000 to United Way of the Lakeshore for Summer Jobs Program.
An Allendale Township teenager was hospitalized Wednesday after being hit by a pickup truck.
A packaging company is investing millions to expand its Grand Rapids facility, adding 50 new jobs over the next three years.
A man who acknowledged killing 3 people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic is mentally incompetent to continue with his criminal case.
West Michigan-based Gordon Food Service has settled with a federal agency after being accused of gender-based hiring discrimination.
Gov. Rick Snyder made his annual trek to the Tulip Time Festival in Holland Wednesday afternoon.
A Kalamazoo man faces two felony charges after allegedly coercing women into prostitution, authorities say.
Ronald Williams confessed to his involvement in the new mom’s disappearance in a prison suicide note, police say.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s office says Chinese government officials have signed documents that will boost investment between China and Michigan.
State health officials say they are seeing a large spike in the number of chickenpox cases, mostly in people who were not vaccinated.
A Rhode Island doctor’s order: “Please do not take away this child’s recess.”
A fire that caused an explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant that killed 15 people in 2013 was a criminal act.
Failure:Lab is bringing its interactive experience to Celebration! Cinema North on May 12.
The organization helps kids be ready for school.