A serial bank robber is heading to a federal prison.
The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a driver who was allegedly involved in a car crash and then led officers on a chase.
The Newaygo County prosecutor is moving to the other side of the bench.
Police have released dash camera video of a US-131 crash that injured two people with a warning: some viewers may find it disturbing.
The governor gave Michigan’s School Reform Office more time before deciding which of 38 chronically underperforming schools will be closed.
A sports doctor charged with sexually assaulting nine young gymnasts has heard the charges against him at a pair of arraignments.
An 88-year-old Newaygo man was killed Wednesday in a single-vehicle crash on US-131 in Mecosta County.
Family Christian Stores is closing, meaning the nation’s largest retailer of Bible-related books and music will soon be no more.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is defending the decision to rescind public-school bathroom rules for transgender students.
Long before they were called selfies, Karl Baden began snapping a simple black and white photo of himself daily.
B-93 announced its 2017 Birthday Bash lineup featuring headliners Big & Rich and Jake Owen.
People still occupying a sprawling encampment to protest construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline will have another chance to leave.
Authorities followed the suspect vehicle for about 20 miles before it crashed near Byron Center Avenue and 44th Street.
Thursday morning, at least 50 tents were clustered outside the new Chick-fil-A at the Crossroads Mall.
After receiving hundreds of food ideas, the Whitecaps have chosen the top ten finalists in their eighth annual food contest.
Two men were arrested after Battle Creek police say they broke into a home and tied up two women.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a chain-reaction crash that shut down a busy Grand Rapids intersection for two hours.
The fallout over Michigan House Republicans’ failure to pass an income tax cut is already underway.
The winning Powerball numbers have been drawn for the jackpot that’s climbed above $400 million for the first time in nearly three months.
Authorities are deciding if they will seek charges after a false report about a hit-and-run that allegedly injured a teenager.