The Warriors used a big run early in the fourth quarter to pull away and beat the Detroit Pistons 109-95 on Monday night.
Despite 10 years of impressive statistics during the decade since the Kalamazoo Promise was announced, more work still needs to be done.
Ceremonies in Michigan are observing the 40th anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior.
Wednesday is Veterans Day, and to say thanks to those who’ve served their country, many restaurants are offering discounted or free meals.
“Why would you fight over a kid? He’s just a kid, just doing a sport he loves to do. Why would you fight over that? That’s crazy.”
“Today” weatherman Al Roker was in Michigan on Tuesday as he attempts to break a world record.
Two days after facing off against fellow Republican Presidential candidates, Jeb Bush visited Grand Rapids.
With the Lions 1-7 and after five recent firings, Jim Caldwell remained resolute when asked about the possibility of losing his job.
A Rapid driver is pleading guilty to her role in a fight caught on a bus surveillance camera.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a reward in an effort to find whoever shot a cat with an arrow.
A long-awaited plan to funnel $1.2 billion more annually into Michigan’s notoriously shoddy roads is now law.
The hunter later admitted there were cubs with the sow bear when he shot it.
A missing Kent County man was located by deputies in Calhoun County after his vehicle ran out of gas.
Tulip Time is still months away, but Holland is already getting ready.
A redevelopment effort centered around the Grand River in Grand Rapids has gotten the green light from two important boards.
Two people face attempted murder charges after allegedly attacking a man at a cemetery in Muskegon.
The state has suspended the license of a doctor accused of misusing prescription drug privileges and having an affair with a patient.
President Obama hopes the social media site will help him connect with even more Americans.
Several cars were swallowed up in a hole after the ground caved in at a restaurant parking lot in Mississippi.
The mayor declared a state of emergency after a cave-in swallowed 12 cars parked near an IHOP.