House Speaker Paul Ryan is promising that an aid package to help the Flint water crisis is on track to pass into law by the end of the year.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport announced its new president and CEO on Wednesday.
The first statewide recount Michigan has had to complete in 60 years could begin as early as Friday.
Officials say the newly discovered fire victim was found at a hotel.
The Red Cross is accepting monetary donations to help the victims of the wildfires in east Tennessee.
President-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that he’s leaving his business empire to focus on being the nation’s 45th president.
Three people, including two children, were injured when their car drifted into the path of a semi-truck near Coopersville.
The Muskegon Heights Police Department is enforcing a parking ban on all city streets during the winter months.
The Republican-controlled chamber plans to approve the plan Wednesday once it clears a committee.
The sheriff’s department says no criminal charges will be filed in connection to a crash that killed a Holland Christian High School teacher…
Possible tornadoes swept through parts of Alabama and Tennessee overnight, killing five people and injuring more than a dozen.
Two of West Michigan’s best squared off in the start of women’s high school basketball Tuesday night.
President-elect Donald Trump is enlisting a trio of nominees with deep ties to Washington and Wall Street to fill out his Cabinet.
Anthony Mantha scored the go-ahead goal midway through the second period.
Detroit could have folded when center Andre Drummond was ejected in the second quarter; they rallied instead.
Blandford Nature Center is seeking tips leading to the vandals who damaged property on the organization’s grounds.
A West Michigan man who pleaded guilty to producing child pornography is heading to prison.
The service will take place in Augusta- not far from where Officer Collin Rose took his first job in law enforcement.
U of M dropped to five after losing to Ohio State, but the Wolverine’s playoff hopes are still alive.
Exodus Place plans to team up with Veterans Affairs and other nonprofits for the ambitious endeavor.