The open murder charge was filed against the Three Rivers man after one of the victims died, police said.
Battle Creek Public Schools is getting a $51 million grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation to make top-to-bottom changes.
A soldier who survived an explosive attack to eventually compete on “Dancing with the Stars” will speak to students Friday.
An elementary school student was hit by a vehicle Friday before school, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools has confirmed.
North Korea frequently lambasts the United States and South Korea, but its accusation Friday was unusual in its details.
The Hindenburg disaster is “something you don’t forget,” said Werner Doehner, now 88.
A expert says there are no guarantees people with pre-existing conditions would get access to affordable coverage.
The push is being backed by a national group that’s been involved in successful legalization campaigns in five other states.
Kalamazoo is ready for race weekend, as the Kalamazoo Marathon at the Borgess Run returns to downtown.
The Kalamazoo Marathon steps off Sunday morning and along with that comes some areas of the city that drivers will want to avoid.
The West Michigan Whitecaps rolled over the Clinton Lumberkings Thursday to wrap up a three-game series at home.
Three people were hospitalized, one with critical injuries, after a three-car crash in Sturgis on Thursday.
A man’s body was found following a shed fire south of Portage on Thursday, authorities say.
Jared Hart can cover a mile in less than six minutes. That’s even more impressive when you know his knees and ankles don’t bend.
Want to own a (huge and heavy) piece of the Mackinac Bridge? An auction coming up will give you that opportunity.
The state of Michigan is having a garage sale Saturday.
WOOD TV8 is joining Art Hop in Kalamazoo for the first time on Friday.
When former WMU wide receiver Corey Davis was selected at No. 5 in last week’s NFL draft, hundreds of media outlets mentioned the college.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at easing an IRS rule limiting political activity for religious organizations.
Two Grand Rapids Christian High School students are facing charges in connection to a “nerf assassin” game.