The “I Love the 90s Tour” comes to Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo on May 26.
Turn your old jewelry into cash at The Gold and Silver Exchange.
The Michigan Women’s Foundation held an Empowerment Forum ahead of its anniversary celebration.
The 13th annual Jazz Festival promotes education and appreciation, rather than competition.
The Deflategate fallout isn’t over for the former University of Michigan player turned pro.
The Soo Locks are getting a new computer system to replace a half-century-old master control system that opens and closes the locks.
The city of Cleveland has reached a $6 million settlement in a lawsuit over the death of a 12-year-old boy shot by a police officer.
Newspaper publisher Gannett is offering to buy Tribune Publishing Co. for approximately $388.3 million.
Lovers of Cracker Jack popcorn will soon be in for a surprise when they go looking for the buried toy prize inside the box.
A specific brand of organic, frozen vegetables sold at Meijer are being recalled due to listeria concerns.
President Obama announced the deployment to Syria of an additional 250 U.S. special operations forces to fight Islamic State extremists.
The Obama administration will likely soon release at least part of a 28-page secret chapter from a congressional inquiry into 9/11.
A new report says more than 200,000 Michigan kids had a parent incarcerated from 2011-12.
Davenport Panthers head coach Lou Esposito stopped by Sports Overtime to talk about building a program from the ground up.
The Cleveland Cavaliers finished off a four-game sweep of the Detroit Pistons Sunday, holding on for a victory.
In an extraordinary move, Donald Trump’s Republican rivals Sunday announced plans to coordinate strategies in upcoming primaries.
A line of storms moved across West Michigan Monday night, dumping torrential rain and large hail on some areas.
A Holland family thinks their dog was killed during a break-in, but police say the fatal wounds may have been caused by another dog.
One of Washington’s dirty secrets is that members of Congress spend up to 30 hours a week buttering up rich donors.
The slayings of eight family members “was a pre-planned execution” and the investigation will be lengthy, Ohio’s attorney general said.