Michigan State didn’t let the thrill of beating Michigan last week deter the momentum.
The notice to sue Wolverine was filed by Varnum attorney Aaron M. Phelps on Friday and sent to the U.S. EPA and the state DEQ.
A Paw Paw dam classified as a “significant hazard potential” breached Sunday as a powerful current tore through the cement structure.
There are multiple priorities on the agenda for Michigan’s Senate and House of Representatives.
The death toll from the most powerful bomb blast witnessed in Somalia’s capital rose to 231 with more than 275 injured.
Law firms met with Belmont residents Sunday to answer questions about legal options after wells in the area were found to be contaminated.
Thousands of runners competed in the 2017 Metro Health Grand Rapids Marathon Sunday, despite the weather being less than ideal.
High winds knocked out power to hundreds of people in West Michigan Sunday.
Battle Creek police are searching for a man they say struck a man with a hammer and robbed him outside a liquor store.
Harvey Weinstein’s membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was revoked Saturday by its board.
Jack Weaver and his brother-in-law Patrick Widen walked around police barricades, through a creek and up treacherous roads to save Izzy.
Trump’s refusal to certify the Iran nuclear deal has sparked a new war of words between the Islamic Republic and America.
Santa Rosa firefighter Brandon Palmer has fought big blazes in his 20 years on the job.
Karan Higdon was the only thing really working for Michigan’s offense. The defense did its part all day for the Wolverines.
Inclement weather is causing road closures and flooding across West Michigan, and is now cancelling games as well.
A body was pulled from the Kalamazoo River in Albion Saturday after it was spotted by a group of people kayaking.
Multiple streets in Kalamazoo have been closed Saturday due to flooding.
Hertha Berlin nodded to social struggles in the United States by kneeling before its Bundesliga home game on Saturday.
Tesla Motors fired hundreds of workers after completing its annual performance reviews.
Steve Bannon has a stark message to Republican incumbents he considers part of the establishment: “Nobody can run and hide.”