The Fostering Futures Scholarship program provide college funding for former foster children.
Authorities have charged two men and a woman with murder and kidnapping in the abduction and killing of a 13-year-old Detroit boy.
Health officials failed to force a recall of peanut butter and almond products for three months after confirmed salmonella contamination.
The annual Fifth Third Bank Summer Concert Series at Fredrick Meijer Gardens kicked off on June 8, 2016 with The Monkees.
Efforts to recover the body of the 23-year-old Oregon man were suspended on Wednesday.
Police say a Virginia woman has died after being struck by a windblown beach umbrella in Virginia Beach.
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are dropping “man” from some of their job titles to make them inclusive and gender-neutral.
It’s National Iced Tea Month! Cool off this summer with some delicious recipes for infused iced tea.
A Battle Creek man accused of hitting nine bicyclists faces five counts of second degree murder.
A former astronaut is charged with murder after a wreck that killed two girls in Alabama.
The Pearl Mist cruise ship is making its first ever scheduled stop in Muskegon Thursday morning.
“Farce” and “coward” were just some of the words flung out by lawmakers before the contentious vote.
Police in Battle Creek are looking for the man who robbed someone outside the victim’s home.
The Michigan Legislature has voted to rescind an annual tax break worth up to $80 million that was inadvertently given to auto insurer.
Cyclists from across West Michigan gathered in Kalamazoo Wednesday for Ride of Silence to memorialize the victims of a Tuesday crash.
Lawmakers passed a $54.9 billion spending plan that directed more aid to Flint’s water crisis and Detroit Public Schools.
A 4-year-old was seriously hurt in a crash north of Holland Wednesday morning.
A mailman is off the job and under federal investigation after a customer traced a missing gift card back to him.
Tigers pitcher Jordan Zimmermann (8-3) gave up seven runs and eight hits in 4 2-3 innings — including two triples and two homers.
Al Ackerman, a former TV sportscaster in West Michigan and then Detroit, has died. He was 90.