President Obama expressed optimism Tuesday that Russia will ultimately come around on the need for Syrian President Bashar Assad to leave po…
With the Big Ten championship game this weekend, Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio held his pregame news conference Tuesday.
Western Michigan University is headed to a bowl game.
A Greenville man was arrested in connection to a road rage incident on a highway in Isabella County.
One person was injured when a moped and school bus collided Tuesday morning in Kalamazoo County.
A Meijer store in Sterling Heights was evacuated Monday night after a customer made a comment about ISIS to an employee.
The Salvation Army of Kent County announced a $30,000 matching gift for all donations on Giving Tuesday.
The White House is proposing to offer governors individualized reports about refugees in their states.
The Salvation Army of Kent County announced it will match up to $30,000 of donations to its Red Kettle Campaign on Giving Tuesday.
The U.S. Postal Service says it will deliver some 15.5 billion cards, letters and packages this holiday season.
New regulations for how the state issues concealed handgun licenses go into effect on Tuesday.
Reggie Jackson had 31 points and Andre Drummond added 24 points and 13 rebounds for the Pistons.
The Humane Society of West Michigan is hosting its Home for the Holidays Adoption Event this weekend, waiving some fees.
A man who beat his 71-year-old grandfather to death will spend the rest of his life in prison.
The man who killed his half brother and then buried him in a shallow grave at their Allegan-area home is headed to prison.
#Bringtheband has highlighted the relationship between the Grand Valley State University football program and the Laker Marching Band.
A detective who came out of retirement to solve Jodi Parrack’s murder said he has no regrets about the treatment of a former suspect.
When Donnie Walters took his son to have his picture taken with Santa, the 6-month-old boy couldn’t stay awake while they waited in line.
The Michigan Legislature returns to work Tuesday for what could be either a very busy or rather lackluster few days of session.
After battling breast cancer for several years, Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Sgt. Lisa Zuk has passed away, KDPS said.