A Battle Creek area man accused of sexually assaulting a teenager that was walking from school has been sentenced to jail.
A man is facing murder charges after police say he walked into the Niles Law Enforcement Complex and admitted to strangling a woman.
Girl Scouts from tiny Daisies to teen Ambassadors may earn 23 new badges focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
A new program will allow baseball fans at Tigers games to get into the ballpark quicker by using fingerprints to verify their identity.
President Donald Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, officials say.
Smugglers have found a durable business model carrying large groups — often in big rigs — through an elaborate network.
Sen. John McCain stands poised to deliver for his party and his president on the issue that’s defined the GOP for the past seven years.
Kalamazoo police are investigating after a man was killed in an early-morning shooting Tuesday.
Authorities say two men were taken to the hospital after they were shot early Tuesday.
Drew VerHagen took the loss, allowing the homers to Perez and Moustakas in his third inning of work.
A report compiled after the July 1967 race riot in Grand Rapids listed a dozen challenges the city’s blacks faced. Many still apply today.
According to police records, two suspects said they disciplined the 4-year-old by wrapping her in a blanket and duct taping it in place.
John McCain will make a dramatic return to the Senate for a make-or-break vote on GOP health care legislation Tuesday.
Mark Dantonio entered Big Ten Media Days this year under drastically different circumstances than he faced just one year ago.
Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand is the first woman to hold the No. 3 spot at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Former U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra has been tapped to be the United States’ next ambassador to the Netherlands.
Fifty years later, the memories are still clear to those who rioted, the officers who responded and those who were caught in the violence.
A race riot erupted in the Grand Rapids 50 years ago — on July 25, 1967 — fueled in part by discrimination, poverty and mistrust.
For three days in July 1967, parts of Grand Rapids were plagued by fires and violence as a race riot erupted.
Investigators are hoping surveillance images showing a unique sweatshirt will lead them to a pair of thieves.