The prosecution of current and former state employees for their role in Flint’s lead-contaminated water crisis likely will face an early tes…
A 62-year-old man has been arrested and charged with beating a Houston store owner with a baseball bat and decapitating him with a machete.
A court has halted the execution of a Texas man who was sentenced to death for a fatal 1996 robbery in which he didn’t pull the trigger.
Ottawa County Sheriff’s deputies say a motorcyclist was injured after he was struck by a vehicle, which fled the scene.
Grand Rapids police say three people, including two teens, were shot after a fight broke out at a party.
Day 15 of the Rio Games features medal action in track and field, soccer, basketball, golf, boxing, volleyball and more.
The Tigers have lost nine of 12 after winning 10 of 11.
A local baseball league that helps kids with disabilities strap on the cleats and play ball is gearing up for its fall season.
One person was shot in the head and another taken into protective custody in Battle Creek Friday evening.
The suspect accused of taking off after hitting a man with this car has not had a valid driver’s license for the better part of two decades.
In the shadow of Usain Bolt, Allyson Felix achieved something unprecedented in women’s track and field by winning her fifth Olympic gold.
Michigan sophomore Nick Carlson advanced to the U.S. Amateur semifinals Friday in an unlikely hometown run at Oakland Hills.
Claressa Shields is one win away from her second Olympic boxing gold medal, and the American middleweight is making it look easy.
Donald Trump on Friday vowed to win over African-Americans if he is elected president.
The women of Team USA are piling up medals at a record rate.
A brave 5-year-old boy has returned to West Michigan to battle brain cancer.
Starlite Shores Family Camp is a special camp near Kalamazoo.
Some work on the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge is being rescheduled as part of an effort to use new technology and cut costs.
The announcement comes 15 days after an estimated 60,000 gallons of sewage spilled into the watershed.
Sylville K. Smith’s death Saturday afternoon spurred two nights of violence on the city’s north side.