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A business group’s decision to support energy legislation is being called a “breakthrough” in an attempt to update Michigan’s energy laws.
The O-K Green Conference will be well-represented when the MHSAA state tournament kicks off Friday night.
The Cubs defeated the Detroit Tigers in 1908 for their second championship in a row. They haven’t won the title since.
Deputies say a Lansing woman was killed when her vehicle left the road and struck a tree in Barry County.
The Waterford Township board has approved a resolution to stop participating in a federal resettlement program for Syrian refugees.
Part of NASA’s first manned spaceship to Mars will be made in Michigan.
A sports bra company based in West Michigan has been honored as one of the best entrepreneurial companies in America.
Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer.
Pickup truck headlights performed poorly in new tests by the insurance industry.
Four people were killed on Tuesday in an accident at a popular theme park on Australia’s east coast, officials said.
Owners of more than 300,000 Hondas have yet to get their air bags repaired, despite warnings from the automaker and regulators.
There is no question he’ll be in demand, so WMU’s AD is being proactive in her effort to keep head football coach P.J. Fleck in Kalamazoo.
The Kalamazoo City Commission took a solidified step Monday toward using roughly $70 million in private donations to help cover city costs.
A Grand Rapids man who police say tried to buy children with the intention of sexually assaulting them has pleaded guilty.
The GVSU Kirkhof College of Nursing has been awarded a federal grant aimed at improving health care in rural and under-served communities.
Michigan State’s Mark Hollis joked when he agreed to an event with the Michigan athletic director months ago, it seemed like a good idea.
A day after a shooting on Davenport’s campus near Grand Rapids, the university’s president reassured students that the campus is safe.