The parent company of Chili’s says it wants to make things right after a veteran had his free meal taken away on Veterans Day.
People in the city of Battle Creek will notice a large number of emergency crews in the area Monday afternoon, but they shouldn’t worry.
Michigan State Police are investigating after a woman was killed in a farming accident in Montcalm County.
Local and state officials say they have seen an increase in hate speech — particularly by students — since Donald Trump was elected.
Global temperatures are soaring toward a record high this year, the U.N. weather agency said Monday.
Donald Trump’s tough-talking plan to rein in illegal immigration showed signs of cracking on Sunday during an interview with “60 Minutes.”
A stolen gun, cocaine and multiple outstanding warrants discovered during a traffic stop led to the arrests of two men in Kalamazoo.
Officers in Kalamazoo are looking for the person who robbed a gas station armed with a knife.
A new study gives some reassurance to arthritis sufferers who want pain relief but are worried about side effects.
Eric-John Szczepaniak, 18, just graduated from Kenowa Hills High School. He says that makes now an ideal time to sit on the school board.
Grand Valley State University has earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division II national playoffs.
Michigan dropped to No. 4 in the AP college football poll after the most surprising Saturday of the season.
A driver was hospitalized in critical condition and a deputy sustained minor injuries following a crash on I-94 in Van Buren County.
A 10-year-old from Grand Rapids has collected hundreds of blankets to donate to the homeless, already surpassing his goal for next year.
Officials say Michigan no longer will stock Chinook salmon in Lake Superior because the species is doing well enough on its own.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus as his White House chief of staff.
Authorities say the at-fault driver is believed to have been drinking.
A Traverse City police officer was seen driving a truck bearing a Confederate flag around a group protesting Donald Trump’s election.
The silence was broken only by voices reciting the names of the 130 slain.
Even before Donald Trump chooses a Supreme Court nominee, the new president can take steps to make several court cases go away.