The Michigan Legislature has approved a new state framework for evaluating teachers and school administrators.
A visit to the farm or farmers market is a great way to introduce kids to different foods.
New mammogram advice from the American Cancer Society says most women should start annual screenings at age 45 instead of 40.
A person familiar with his plans says former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb is dropping out of the Democratic race for president.
Have you ever called in sick to work when you’re not sick at all? If so, you’re not alone.
New polls released on Tuesday indicate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to maintain their front-runner status.
Palisades nuclear power plant has returned to service after a $58 million refueling, maintenance and inspection project.
A man stabbed and slashed two Detroit emergency medical technicians, leaving them with “horrific” injuries before he fled the scene.
A judge has ruled that a mother and boyfriend charged in the death of a 2-year-old girl can have their own autopsy conducted on her remains.
The game took a backseat to “Monday Night Football’s” main event — the premiere of a new “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer.
President Obama has given his condolences to Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh following the Wolverines’ stunning loss to Michigan State.
U.S. Sen, Gary Peters made a stop in Kalamazoo to tout legislation that he says will revitalize waterfront communities.
Western Michigan’s head coach is known for coaching with a lot of charisma, and his latest theme is no different.
Tigers pitcher Daniel Norris says baseball kept him sane after a jarring medical diagnosis.
There’s a big shakeup in leadership happening at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.
A 32-year-old man faces charges after police found him stuck in the oven vent of a southeast Michigan pizza shop.
Strong winds on Monday churned up the biggest waves of the season on Lake Michigan.
Authorities in southwestern Michigan are looking for the person who robbed five stores in the Niles area.
Three men accused of taking illegal bets at a bar on Grand Rapids’ West Side will likely avoid time in jail.
Officers have identified a person of interest in the case.