“I fully recognize the significance of the task that lies before me,” Bliss said.
The man who bought the assault rifles used by his friend in the San Bernardino massacre was charged Thursday with terrorism-related counts.
A new report says temperatures in the world’s lakes are rising more than in the oceans or the atmosphere.
Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings will play for the team’s D-League affiliate as he enters the final stages of rehabilitation.
Switch’s promise of investing $5 billion in West Michigan may make grads’ moving decisions easier.
A mistrial was declared in a fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct trial Thursday after 13 potential jurors failed to appear for jury duty.
Rocky De La Fuente is the first candidate to have made the ballot by petitions since at least the early 1970s.
A three-vehicle crash involving a waste management truck and dump truck shut down an intersection near Hudsonville.
Auto sales forecasters say Americans will buy more vehicles in December than any other month in more than a decade.
Gov. Rick Snyder has named a point person to coordinate the state’s response to the Flint water crisis.
The Kent County Board of Commissioners voted on Thursday to add an additional judge to the 17th Circuit Court.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” had a $200 million production budget. It’s expected to recoup that quickly.
A Lawton man who robbed two West Michigan banks has pleaded guilty to one of the cases.
U.S. officials have received no specific, credible information suggesting a potential terrorist attack, the president said.
Printing presses are in overtime, after an error made it to the cover of the newest Sports Illustrated featuring MSU.
When it comes to preventing infections and illnesses, Michigan has a long way to go, a new report finds.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is one step closer to having its own governance.
Michigan has received a federal waiver that ensures 600,000 low-income adults will continue qualifying for Medicaid insurance.
A donation from local philanthropist Peter Secchia will help make improvements to Kent County’s Millennium Park.
GRPD ordered a total of 298 cameras but has only gotten some of them because production is backed up.