Weeks after President-elect Donald Trump picked Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary, her nomination is in the hands of the Senate.
New York City authorities say more than 100 people suffered minor injuries when a train hit a bumping block at a Brooklyn station.
The same 12-member jury that convicted the Charleston church shooter will begin mulling if he should get the death penalty or life in prison…
Emergency crews turned out in force to help deliver twin boys in a bathroom at a Lansing home.
The team announced the move Wednesday morning, a day after Caldwell fielded questions about his job security.
Janet Jackson’s latest escapade: motherhood.
Michigan beat out Alaska for most miserable winters in a national ranking by Thrillist.
Michigan State Police say three people have died following a crash involving a wrong-way driver on Interstate 75 in Detroit.
A 10-year-old Illinois girl injured in a New Year’s Day skiing accident in northern Michigan has died.
In 16 days, Trump replaces Obama at the White House, putting the party’s longtime goal of annulling much of the health care overhaul within …
Long-standing Grand Rapids company American Seating is selling a portion of its business, which means dozens of people will lose their jobs.
The start of the new year marks more dollars in Michigan minimum wage workers’ paychecks.
Paul George had 32 points and the Indiana Pacers beat the Detroit Pistons 121-116 on Tuesday night.
A Grand Rapids family now knows who is accused of stealing from their home twice before the holidays.
The mother of the woman who allegedly threatened to blow up a mosque in Kentwood says her daughter is mentally ill.
Detroit is in the playoffs as a wild card, but after three straight losses, the Lions are in danger of finishing on a sour note.
A man’s body was discovered in Kentwood on Tuesday afternoon.
A powerful earthquake struck off the coast of Fiji on Wednesday, prompting a brief tsunami warning for the Pacific island nation.
The wisdom of the past is helping some metro Grand Rapids elementary school students reach a brighter future.
An Ionia County Animal Control officer believes the animals were victims of neglect in a possible hoarding situation.