A woman who bought a scratch-off ticket to show her husband that lottery tickets are a waste of money has won $1 million.
Federal officials say at least 15,000 people have lost more than $300 million in the scheme.
Police are investigating after a body was found in Portage Thursday morning.
The man suffered a gunshot wound to the head when the weapon went off, police say.
Three people have pleaded guilty in the death of a 13-year-old Detroit boy who prosecutors say was beaten after he picked up about $70.
A child was hit by a vehicle in Kent City Thursday morning.
Police in Kalamazoo are looking for a second suspect in connection to a shooting on Wednesday.
A little known clause known as a “step down” clause could prevent your family from collecting the full payout on your car insurance policy.
Twitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.
A new report shows police officers in Michigan are the most overworked in the country.
Hillary Clinton continues to hold a lead in Michigan, according to a poll taken only weeks before voters will choose the next president.
Jake Arrieta made a teasing try at history, Kyle Schwarber drove in two and the Chicago Cubs brushed off a shutout to even the World Series.
DeMar DeRozan scored 40 points as the Toronto Raptors opened their season with a victory over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
The man accused of a hit-and-run that fatally injured a triathlete has been ordered to undergo a forensic competency exam.
Undefeated and ranked No. 20, there is speculation that Western Michigan could appear in a bowl game.
More than 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation, spending nearly $83 per person.
The Michigan Secretary of State brought a bevy of staff from Lansing to talk to kids at Union High School and run a mock election.
Because a man severely beaten in an apparent road rage incident is expected to die, the suspect is expected to face a murder charge.
If you can’t bag a buck this hunting season, just head to the Arby’s in Cedar Springs.
A nearly $500,000 federal grant has helped a WMU program with its mission to assist innocent people who have been convicted of crimes.