Britain’s fertility regulator has approved a scientist’s application to edit the human genetic code using a new technique.
Tesla Motors has applied for licenses to sell and service its vehicles in Michigan.
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A man who was caught with five Molotov cocktails in his vehicle may be heading to prison after pleading guilty in federal court.
A middle schooler may face charges after he allegedly sent nude pictures of himself to several female students.
A massive 40-foot wave sent a professional surfer free-falling off the coast of Maui, and it was all caught on video.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton were declared the winners in Iowa’s caucuses.
“The overall goal is to extend the lives of these patients,” Dr. Baylin said.
After struggling though the 2015 season and finishing 7-9, it has been a tumultuous off-season for the Detroit Lions.
A survivor hidden in a tree says he watched Boko Haram extremists firebomb huts and heard the screams of children burning to death.
A West Michigan native who lost both of his legs while serving overseas is now campaigning to represent part of Florida in Congress.
A scientist from a Swiss university thinks he has come up with a potential cheap fix to the Flint water crisis.
A powerful winter storm will continue to move across the western Great Lakes Wednesday.
A retired Ohio police officer wants to purchase his longtime K-9 partner but the town says he’s going to have bid for him.
A Wyoming man says he tried to save the woman who died following a mobile home fire Friday night.
Just after the 2015 NFL season ended, Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson told the team it had been his last, ESPN is reporting.
Five adults who were co-workers at a local restaurant were killed Sunday after a fire started in the basement of a suburban Detroit home.
A new hotel would be part of a planned development around the new Red Wings hockey arena just north of downtown Detroit.
As far as Ted Cruz supporters are concerned, their presidential candidate is practically Superman.
Fewer than 200,000 outages were reported in New York and New Jersey during the snowstorm.