The Flying Dutchmen built a 10-point halftime lead before extending it to the final margin of 11 in the second half.
Andre Drummond had 25 points and 17 rebounds but the Pistons lost for the seventh time in eight road games.
Experts who keep track of prices at the pump are saying that filling up your tank in coming days will empty out your wallet.
The state Senate spent $269,000 to investigate and settle sexual harassment complaints against one or more senators more than a decade ago.
An Athens Area Schools employee is on administrative leave while an investigation into allegations of “inappropriate conduct” is underway.
An untold number of fraudulent unemployment claims have been filed recently, prompting concern from those who have been impacted.
The rival Koreas agreed Wednesday to form their first unified Olympic team and have their athletes parade together.
A West Michigan native is among the seven-person crew of on-field game officials working the Super Bowl in Minneapolis.
A report released Wednesday by a school funding advocacy group provides a better idea of how much it costs to educate students in Michigan.
West Michigan hospitals are pulling together to stop the spread of the flu.
A familiar face of ArtPrize is leaving the organization after five years.
Crews battled a fire for over an hour Wednesday at a Kalamazoo apartment building.
Jeffrey Willis’ trial for the murder of Jessica Heeringa may be delayed.
Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to its first close above 26,000 points.
Overriding Gov. Rick Snyder, the Republican-led Legislature voted to speed up a tax cut for new car buyers and a separate tax cut.
The person police believe murdered a paralyzed man in downtown Grand Rapids is in custody, according to investigators.
Grand Rapids police are investigating what caused a woman’s death and left a child in critical condition.
Tuesday night brought plenty of action on the hardwood to West Michigan.
Detectives are uncovering more details surrounding an apparent murder-suicide along I-96 earlier this month.
Davenport University says it is closing its W.A. Lettinga campus from Thursday through Sunday in light of a possible outbreak of norovirus.