The American Heart Association encourages people to find opportunities for daily exercise.
The Mitten Brewing Company has a special connection to the Detroit Tigers.
Release party for “Continental Breakfast of Champions” is April 8.
John Ball Zoo is celebrating its 125th birthday this year.
The WHO says excessive weight, obesity, aging and population growth drove a nearly four-fold increase in cases of diabetes.
Pfizer Inc. will stay put thanks to aggressive new Treasury Department rules that succeeded in blocking Pfizer from acquiring Allergan.
Garth Brooks will be performing six times in at Van Andel Arena in May — five of which were a last-minute surprise for fans.
Police in Three Rivers say the death of a 55-year-old woman is being treated as suspicious.
Amnesty International reports that there was a dramatic 54 percent increase in executions globally in 2015
A bill signed by Gov. Snyder designates a portion of the I-96 business route in honor of a firefighter killed while collecting donations.
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Ian Kinsler had four RBIs, including a run-scoring single in the 11th, and the Detroit Tigers overcame a ninth-inning meltdown to win.
Grand Valley State University swept a doubleheader against Ferris State on Tuesday.
Battle Creek has recorded its first fatal fire of the year.
Reggie Jackson and Tobias Harris each scored 21 for Detroit, which remained two games ahead of Chicago for the No. 8 spot in the East.
A man is suing a police officer and FBI agent, claiming they brutally beat him when they were undercover looking for another man.
Contractors will get an extra week to submit proposals to the state for studies about underwater oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac.
About two weeks after he was placed on administrative leave, the Kalamazoo County administrator has stepped down.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a bill requiring a human trafficking hotline number be posted in rest stops, airports and bus stations.
A Kent County apartment complex is turning to a company called “PooPrints” to find which owners aren’t cleaning up after their dogs.