Transgender individuals will be able to serve openly until the military can figure out how to change and implement the policy.
Police hope a new composite image of a man pulled from the water on July 4 will help them close the drowning case.
The only previous work like this has been reported in China.
The judge made the order after Charlie’s parents and a hospital failed to meet a deadline to agree on an end-of-life care plan.
The State Department is warning tourists going to Mexico about reports of substandard alcohol causing drinkers to become sick.
A divided Senate is debating legislation to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
The annual Coast Guard Festival in Grand Haven begins Friday.
Battle Creek, get ready for the final Maranda’s Park Party of the summer Thursday.
Investigators Thursday worked to find what caused the wreck that killed an 18-year-old who just enlisted in the Marines.
Eric Hosmer matched his career high with five hits, including a grand slam, and the Kansas City Royals routed the Detroit Tigers.
A veteran and law professor questions whether President Trump’s decision to ban transgender people from the military is constitutional.
Fire officials say one man has been killed and seven others injured in a ride malfunction at the Ohio State Fair.
A dog who served three combat tours was given a hero’s goodbye in Muskegon Wednesday.
A splash pad, new play equipment and a nature trail are among the improvements coming to three Grand Rapids parks.
A $10 billion factory Michigan was in the running for is going to Wisconsin, according to President Donald Trump.
A Kalamazoo County court has authorized charges against a man accused of killing two people last week.
There is a deeper meaning beyond beauty of the artwork now greeting visitors on West Leonard Street near US-131.
A 16-year-old has admitted to shooting an 18-year-old in Grand Rapids earlier this year, killing her.
A 7-foot bronze sculpture honoring Grand Rapids native William Alden Smith was unveiled on Wednesday.
Pappy, one of two new K-9s at the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, was named in honor of Reserve Deputy Arlyn Gort.