Federal authorities say two fugitives wanted in Michigan have been arrested in northwestern Arizona.
The scene had echoes of the Paris attacks: A bustling shopping area shaken by the blasts of suicide bombers and gunfire as onlookers fled in…
An eye-popping and unprecedented Powerball jackpot whose rise to $1.6 billion became a national fascination will be split three ways.
According to a state report, a couple of neighborhoods in Grand Rapids are leading the state for the most lead-poisoned children.
How the Flint water crisis happened, what’s going to happen next and how you can help.
A Catholic official accused of covering up sexual misconduct will start working at St. Philip Parish in Battle Creek.
An Ottawa County church is working to prepare its leaders and those at other places of worship for the possibility of an attack.
During his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama announced a new national effort to find a cure for cancer.
The court heard arguments in the case against Brandon Hall, who admitted to forging names on a ballot petition.
Michigan’s budget director said Flint’s water crisis will also be a priority.
While Powerball is getting ready to dole out millions and millions of dollars, it’s also giving out laughs for free. If you dig into its web…
The Michigan Department of Transportation is looking for volunteers to help track winter highway conditions.
The frozen vehicle, or “carcicle,” that gained national attention was freed Wednesday.
State officials are encountering a new health issue that may be related to drinking water in Genesee County.
Cable news network Al Jazeera America says it is shutting down just 2 1/2 years after its launch.
The head of a mental health agency has learned his future: at least 32 months in prison for using public money to hire a fortuneteller.
Take a closer look at the shiny new models at the auto show and there’s a good chance you find something made in West Michigan.
A driver had to be extricated her minivan after it collided with an SUV Wednesday morning.
“I cried for that constable,” said Ron Rohde, who is related to the girl’s family through marriage.
The stock markets in the United States and around the globe are off to a shaky start for 2016.