The worldwide “ransomware” cyberattack spread to thousands more computers on Monday.
Consumers Energy says it’s working with Switch to completely power its pyramid campus with renewable energy.
Michigan is among the ten states with the worst drug problem, according to a new analysis by WalletHub.
Be Nice. is hosting a “13 Reasons Why” Panel Discussion for teens.
Dispatchers say a vehicle hit a tree; tire tracks could also be seen near several damaged headstones.
Temperatures could peak at 85 degrees this week for the first time since early September.
The seasons for walleye, northern pike and muskellunge open Monday for all Upper Peninsula waters.
Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old chemist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, was crowned Sunday.
A 19-year-old woman was taken to the hospital after crashing her car into a house in Kalamazoo.
The woman, her 9-year-old daughter and 11-month-old son were all taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.
Michigan State Police are investigating a motorcycle crash in southeast Ionia County that killed a man.
Police say the teen was cut while trying to disarm her father during a domestic dispute.
The Grand Haven area’s only outdoor roller hockey rink at Mercury Park is slated for demolition.
The City of Battle Creek is closing one of its fire stations this week to clean up asbestos dust.
The New York Yankees also dedicated a plaque in his honor that will be placed in Monument Park behind center field.
Mike Trout homered in his third straight game and Alex Meyer pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning of the Los Angeles Angels.
A person who crashed a pickup truck into a home in Kalamazoo Sunday morning could face theft and drug charges, police say.
NBC is bringing back its “must-see TV” Thursday franchise with the revival of “Will & Grace,” and by moving “This is Us” to the same night.
American democracy is “under assault” on separate fronts from President Donald Trump and Russia, the former U.S. intelligence chief warned.
An online extortion attack that authorities say swept 150 countries this weekend is part of a growing problem of “ransomware” scams.