The man charged with murdering a woman on GRCC’s campus confessed to the murder, court documents show.
Gov. Rick Snyder will greet President Barack Obama at a Flint airport and talk to him about efforts to solve the city’s drinking water mess.
A vigilant police veteran is being credited with stopping the suspect moments after the crime.
A new report shows roads throughout Michigan continue to deteriorate.
Nearly all Detroit public schools are closed as mass teacher sick-outs over pay roll into a second consecutive day.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says an American serviceman has been killed near Irbil in Iraq.
Google is offering $250,000 to help with the ongoing response efforts in Flint from the effects of a lead-contaminated water supply.
Companies in West Michigan are struggling to find enough people to fill open skilled trades positions.
The Whitecaps on Monday kicked off a five-game homestand at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Michigan health officials warn of a rising number of salmonella cases.
The Grand Rapids Griffins’ Calder Cup gambit will benefit from the Detroit Red Wings’ early exit from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a massage at a Grand Rapids mall will likely face more charges.
An alleged scammer targeting seniors managed to get at least one person’s credit card information before being caught, Portage police say.
Police in Kalamazoo have released hours of video showing their response to the February shooting spree that left six people dead.
One of Grand Rapids Public Schools’ specialized academies is growing.
“We’re growing in brick and mortar and technology,” Lake Michigan Credit Union’s director of marketing said.
An additional 15,000 children and pregnant women in Flint should become eligible for government health insurance starting next week.
Ted Cruz’s crusade for the presidency fought for new life ahead of an Indiana vote that could effectively end the GOP’s primary season.
The information superhighway is more like a washed-out two-track to Carrie Rodgers-O’Neal’s home in the Saugatuck Dunes.
The man claimed to be strapped to a tree for approximately 36 hours.