Police in Georgia say they’ve received several calls about clowns trying to talk to children and are investigating an online threat to abduc…
A retired Indianapolis fertility doctor is accused of using his own sperm and fathering at least eight people.
Tropical Storm Julia was bringing heavy rain Wednesday morning to the northeast coast of Florida and southeast Georgia.
Confidential medical data of several female U.S. Olympians was hacked from a World Anti-Doping Agency database and posted online.
Michigan’s education board has approved guidance to schools on creating an inclusive environment for LGBT students.
The West Michigan Whitecaps’ season is over.
Anglers had a lot of questions Tuesday for the DNR about the reasoning for proposed cuts of Chinook salmon stock in Lake Michigan in 2017.
Republicans and Democrats are fighting for political points over Clinton’s claim that many of Trump’s supporters are “deplorables.”
The Tigers’ loss cost them precious ground in a crowded race for the second AL wild card.
The American Red Cross announced it will discontinue free transportation to medical appointments by the end of June 2017.
Spurred on by his daughter, Ivanka, Donald Trump waded into topics more often discussed by Democrats.
The University of Michigan tied for the No. 27 spot in U.S. News & World Report’s annual national university rankings.
‘Athlon Sports & Life’ has ranked Michigan State’s football logo as the best in all of college sports.
The changes that come with Tuesday’s free update will take getting used to.
It was meant as a quick fix for some roads in Newaygo. Instead, some residents said, it left a tar up to the door handles of their cars.
Investigators say the vehicles hit nearly head-on on 8th Avenue in Tallmadge Township.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine addressed hundreds of people on the University of Michigan campus Tuesday.
A man now faces charges for robbing a store in the northeastern Mecosta County village of Barryton.
The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering an olive branch to patrons who’ve racked up fines.
Native American bones and funerary objects that have been in a museum collection for decades will be returned to a Michigan-based tribe.