A 21-year-old man wanted for probation violations surrendered at a suburban Detroit police station — with a dozen doughnuts for officers.
Authorities believe a thief who has targeted Kalamazoo County seniors by posing as a bank employee may be hiding in Tennessee.
A new item at the Fifth Third Ballpark’s concession stands has received national recognition.
A judge in Hawaii has blocked the latest version of the Trump administration travel ban just hours before it was set to take effect.
A woman charged in connection to the Ana Carrillo murder case had her cellphone wiped before handing it over to police, a subpoena states.
President Donald Trump doubts whether his predecessor appropriately consoled the families of military personnel who died in war.
Registration for the 25th annual Grand Rapids Turkey Trot is now open.
Legislation to reduce Michigan’s auto insurance premiums by letting drivers opt out of mandatory unlimited medical coverage is in peril.
A proposal to lure Amazon’s planned $5 billion second headquarters to Grand Rapids was expected to be sent out Tuesday.
The ribbon was cut Tuesday on the Gerald R. Ford President tribute room at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
A 325-pound Florida woman is charged with killing her 9-year-old cousin by sitting on the child as punishment.
A well-known name in West Michigan also tops Forbes’ list of wealthiest people in the state.
Top Republicans coping with a thin majority in the Senate are running into another complication, the age and health issues of some senators.
As fire crews gain on wildfires burning for over a week in Northern California, new fires broke out in other parts of the state.
President Trump says the congressman he chose to be the nation’s drug czar is withdrawing from consideration for the job.
The hashtag #MeToo was tweeted nearly half a million times in 24 hours, according to Twitter.
Police are searching for two suspects who they say broke into a house, beat a resident and held him at gunpoint.
For U.S. presidents, meeting the families of military personnel killed in war is about as wrenching as the presidency gets.
A bill advancing in the Legislature would eliminate or lengthen the statute of limitations for filing charges in sexual assault cases.
IS, responsible for some of the worst atrocities perpetrated against civilians in recent history, appears on the verge of collapse.