Daniel Norris pitched into the seventh inning and the Detroit Tigers completed a sweep at Minnesota with a victory on Thursday.
A man who filmed himself groping a woman while she slept is headed to prison.
Police say the fraud typically involves transactions at gas stations, restaurants and on Craigslist.
Democrats say eliminating straight-party voting will disenfranchise some voters. Republicans say it will make them consider more carefully.
Rockford is cancelling its season opener after a virus sickened as many as 50 players, coaches and others.
Kent County authorities are investigating multiple indecent exposure incidents in Gaines Township.
An attempt to break into the iPhone of an activist using unknown software has triggered an upgrade of Apple’s mobile operating system.
Officials in Battle Creek have closed part of a path in a city park near a playground due to a bee infestation.
Spectrum Health’s MedNow program links lactation consultants with mothers for nursing support.
Burkhart & Chapp Chiropractic has unique treatments to help people stay active.
Yassou! Grand Rapids Greek Cultural Festival takes place August 26 through 28.
The third annual Alexander Zonjic’s Shoreline Jazz Festival features four days of music in Muskegon.
Chef Mark Kingshott share some great fall-themed grilling recipes.
Chef Johnny Liu teaches cooking classes for children.
Severe storms produced at least a dozen tornadoes in Indiana and Ohio, damaging homes and businesses but causing no serious injuries.
The state Department of Corrections says the prison inmate who was mistakenly released from a suburban Detroit jail is back in custody.
Kalamazoo authorities are investigating after 80 headstones were vandalized, many toppled into the dirt.
Holland police are searching for a suspect who robbed a store at gunpoint on Wednesday.
A Detroit-area charity with a mission of supporting firefighters and fire victims is closing after an investigation found it misled donors.
West Michigan Chick-fil-A lovers, the wait is almost over.