Deputies are searching for two suspects who broke into a Montcalm County business.
A Kalamazoo hospital says it’s working on notifying patients after mistakenly mailing 700 letters to the wrong addresses.
Rescuers were searching late Saturday for more than 100 people still missing after a powerful earthquake struck southern Taiwan before dawn.
Exxon Mobile has developed an app that does away with the need to slide your credit card into the pump panel.
While two of their children remain hospitalized, the Kubasiak family says the daughter they lost is helping others.
A supervisor from the state department blamed the most for the Flint water crisis is off the job.
Meet Lady and Squanna, this week’s featured pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter!
Gov. Snyder addressed the response after visiting a Flint church.
Twitter says it’s now using spam-fighting technology to seek out and automatically flag accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity.
The NFL is planning to play a regular-season game in Mexico City this year, with the Raiders hosting the Texans.
A man investigators say tried to contact a child at a school is facing criminal sex charges.
A Caledonia native is giving Facebook visitors a rare look at Michigan before the Mackinac Bridge was finished.
Three people were arrested in connection to an armed robbery and assault in the parking lot of a Holland business.
Officials are encouraging food establishments in Flint to take advantage of free water safety inspections being offered.
One man is dead and a family of five is in the hospital after poison gas filled a Cass County home.
“Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions” comes to DeVos Performance Hall for one night only.
Wear Red Day is a day to raise awareness and educate women about heart health.
The West Michigan Whitecaps is about to launch its new ballpark food menu for public vote.
Two Scotts Barbecue is taking catering orders for Sunday’s football game.
West Michigan band is performing its unique brand of old school rhythm and blues.