A 26-year-old man was killed after the car he was riding in was rear-ended by a SUV Monday evening.
Bill Cosby arrived at court Tuesday to try to get the sexual assault charges against him thrown out.
Punxsutawney Phil called for an early spring, but Michigan’s groundhog had a different prediction.
On February 5, wear red to make a statement against heart disease.
One person had to be rescued and several families were displaced after a fire broke out at an apartment building near Battle Creek.
Isaiah Blue’s friends all called him by his last name. The shock of his death is still fresh to many.
Mike Huckabee ended his second campaign for the White House on Monday amid a dismal showing in the Iowa caucuses.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley ended his Democratic presidential campaign midway through vote-counting in the Iowa caucuses.
Two Wisconsin residents were hospitalized Monday after a rollover crash between the villages of Hartford and Lawrence.
A Highland Township father and his young son died after they fell through ice while fishing on a small lake northwest of Detroit.
A woman tried without success to reschedule a cruise after the CDC advised pregnant women to avoid areas where the Zika virus is present.
Monday was the first official day on the job for Walker’s police and fire chiefs following a controversial public safety reorganization.
The homeowner said his tenant hasn’t paid the rent and refused to leave when confronted. The tenant said the homeowner threatened him.
The basketball coach is facing felony charges for photos and statements detectives say he posted involving a player on his team.
Two Muskegon County workers allegedly sent illicit messages to each other about the children of one of those workers.
The Michigan DEQ has undertaken a five-part strategy to determine whether Flint’s water is safe to drink.
ArtPrize is setting its sights on Sin City.
A Kent County judge says he will throw out a lawsuit by an education group that said it had a claim on the old Steelcase pyramid property.
A driver who was critically injured in a crash on the city’s northeast side has died, police say.
Apple is voluntarily recalling millions of power adapters that could cause an electrical shock if touched.