Martin Frk had a good first game back.
MSP is watching drivers to make sure their eyes are on the road and their hands are on the wheel.
Carlos Carrasco pitched six impressive innings, and the bullpen held on for the Cleveland Indians in their victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Nestle has appealed a permit denial that disrupted a plan to pump more groundwater for a water bottling plant near Evart, WPBN reports.
A granddaughter of Bethune-Cookman University’s founder says Education Secretary Betsy DeVos shouldn’t speak at graduation next week.
House Republicans will vote on a bill to repeal major portions of Democratic President Barack Obama’s health care law.
State agencies are offering grants for projects designed to stop more invasive species from getting a foothold in Michigan.
Though Kalamazoo County voters rejected an increase to the 911 surcharge, consolidated dispatch is expected to go into effect next year.
Michigan jurors would get more pay for jury duty under a bill working its way through the Legislature.
A Coloma man has been charged with shooting and killing another man near Benton Harbor on Monday.
The brother of a teen who was accidentally shot outside a Muskegon Township bowling alley has been charged in his brother’s death.
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore officials say they’re ready to reopen the beach near Mount Baldy nearly four years after the massive dune s…
Grand Rapids police fatally shot a man after they say he fired at officers on the city’s southeast side.
Wednesday’s ruling means a federal judge will decide if Grand Rapids must release recorded calls in the Joshua Kuiper case.
The 40th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run in downtown Grand Rapids is 10 days away.
If you need a boost, consider a Sermorelin treatment from Skin Envy Non-Surgical Weight Loss Centers.
Verity Law makes it easy to prepare an estate plan in a relaxed, private setting, and with personable attorneys.
Update on the Gavin family, winners’ of the Columbo’s room makeover.
Local furniture and design store, UBU Home Furnishings, does some pretty special things to honor Memorial Day.
The Michigan Senate is passing a budget that would spend or allocate $542 million less than what has been proposed by Gov. Snyder.