The Libyan Red Crescent said at least 74 bodies washed ashore Tuesday in the latest tragedy along a perilous trafficking route to Europe.
The downpours swelled watercourses and left about half of the state under flood, wind and snow advisories.
The National Zoo in Washington is saying a final goodbye to its panda cub Bao Bao.
The 1963 civil rights march led in Detroit by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. will be re-enacted at the Michigan state Capitol in Lansing.
Authorities are trying to find eight of 11 people who passed through an unattended security checkpoint lane at John F. Kennedy Int’l Airport…
An Australian pilot and four American tourists were killed when a plane crashed into a shopping mall in the Australian city of Melbourne.
Exactly one year after the Kalamazoo shooting rampage that claimed six lives, a vigil was held to honor and remember the victims.
Police, the governor’s office and immigration lawyers offered assurances that that immigrants are welcome in Grand Rapids and Michigan.
The mom of two girls shielded from gunfire, thanks to Tiana Carruthers, shares what life is like a year after the Kalamazoo shooting spree.
Organizers say the park will cover at least 28 acres, but they aren’t yet saying exactly where it will be.
Laurie Smith and Emily Lemmer have spent the first 365 days after losing half their family learning how to live with incredible loss.
Martha Gilmore Parfet, the granddaughter of W.E. Upjohn, who founded the Upjohn Pharmaceutical Company in Kalamazoo, has died.
West Michigan has been granted a reprieve from winter and residents are taking advantage of the unseasonably warm temperatures.
Years before a gunman’s random bullet nearly killed her, Abbie Kopf was lighting up YouTube.
The Kent County Department of Public Works is asking residents to hold off on rolling their recyclables to the curb.
A small fire burned about a two acres of grass next to southbound US-131 at the I-96 interchange Monday afternoon.
A well-deserving Grand Rapids family has a new set of wheels thanks to a local nonprofit and anonymous donor.
The events of Feb. 20, 2016 remain seared in the collective conscience of Kalamazoo-area first responders.
The biggest impact was among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, concluded the study published Monday in JAMA Pediatrics.
Meijer employees and their children can further their education through scholarships from Grand Rapids Community Foundation.