A 31-year-old Grand Haven man has been arrested after admitting to stalking a teenage girl for several months.
It is known as the 60-day war of attrition: The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Michigan’s unemployment rate is 5.6 percent, just one-tenth of a percentage point above the national rate of 5.5 percent.
A legislative panel has quickly approved changes to Michigan’s auto insurance law.
Police arrested a man who steered his tiny, one-person helicopter onto the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday.
The Michigan House is moving on limiting future liabilities related to a startup investment program backed by state taxpayer dollars.
Rockford Construction will break ground this month on a housing complex for college students on Grand Rapids’ West Side.
Ron Courser has 21 years of experience helping people make wise investments.
Visitors who want to spend the day at Oval Beach in Saugatuck will have to pay more this year.
Home Care Assistance has a new tool that may be able to slow the progression of dementia.
Foot Solutions has spring and summer styles that are kind to your feet.
Berlin Raceway kicks off the 2015 season with Ice Breaker on Saturday, April 18.
Proceeds from the Gazelle Girl Half Marathon and 5K will go toward the YWCA West Central Michigan.
Paws With A Cause has new puppies that are ready to start training to be service dogs.
Binder Park Zoo is celebrating its 40th anniversary season in 2015.
A former classroom aide accused of inappropriate contact with a student admits to sending inappropriate pictures to three teenage girls.