Federal wildlife officials on Thursday made a formal recommendation to list the rusty patched bumble bee as an endangered species.
LinkedIn unveiled the upcoming changes Thursday, as it strives to be more than just a tool for job-hunting.
Michigan State Police say a car rear-ended a Rapid bus on the off-ramp.
Yahoo says the personal information in 500 million accounts was stolen in a massive security breakdown.
It took two tries, but a Portage woman has ended her murder trial early by entering a plea.
Lamenting a “lack of spirit” between whites and blacks, Donald Trump encouraged racial unity in the face of “a national crisis” Thursday.
The update will disable automatic steering if a driver doesn’t keep their hands on the wheel.
The Frenzy crew was on sidelines all over West Michigan in Week 5 of high school football to bring you the action from 22 games.
The company that was denied a license to sell directly to Michigan customers last week is suing to block the state ban.
The specialists at Mary Free Bed use the latest technology to help you get back to your life quicker.
Grand Rapids police say a missing 16-year-old girl has been found safe.
Battle Creek police are warning residents and businesses to watch out for movie prop money being passed off as real bills.
A man who served years in prison for killing his first wife has been charged with killing his two children and two stepchildren.
People Magazine and TMZ are reporting that Brad Pitt is under investigation for child abuse.
Michigan’s new Amber Alert-like system to quickly warn people of mass shootings, terrorist attacks and other nearby threats is operational.
There are a number of ways to optimize your ArtPrize Eight experience, and that includes parking options.
Two people were injured after the driver crashed while trying to get away from police.
The Detroit Tigers gained ground in the American League wild card race on Wednesday night, even though they were rained out in Minnesota.
A third night of protests over a fatal police shooting in Charlotte gave way to quiet streets early Friday.
Chicago news station WGN launched a Twitter attack on Grand Rapids Wednesday, insulting the city’s flag.