A new highly effective phishing technique is targeting Gmail users, along with other email services.
More than 100 black Secret Service agents alleged in the lawsuit that they were routinely passed over for promotions in favor of white agent…
Three earthquakes hit central Italy in the space of an hour Wednesday, with tremors felt in the capital.
Researchers are asking people worldwide how they think a robot car should handle life-or-death decisions.
Former President George H.W. Bush was admitted to an intensive care unit on Wednesday, and his wife, Barbara, was hospitalized.
Contenders are starting to make themselves known as the high school basketball season continues.
A pedestrian was critically injured Tuesday after he was struck by a SUV in Holland.
A Greenville man was killed in a single-car crash east of Grand Rapids Tuesday.
The first Kent County jail inmate to graduate from a new schooling program received her high school diploma.
Van Andel Arena has become a centerpiece in the revitalization of downtown and the West Michigan sports and entertainment community.
The AG has joined Flint residents in a lawsuit that seeks home delivery of bottled water if lead filters haven’t been properly installed.
The quiet at the school could be shattered by the shrill sound of the fire alarm any minute – but a fix is on the way.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office is telling residents not to be taken in by phone scammers saying you owe money for missing jury duty.
Donald Trump’s choice to head the Interior Department on Tuesday rejected the president-elect’s claim that climate change is a hoax.
Chelsea Manning is the former Army intelligence analyst who leaked classified documents.
In a sometimes contentious confirmation hearing, education secretary pick Betsy DeVos pledged not to dismantle public education.
The world’s biggest retailer said Tuesday that its plans will also generate about 24,000 construction jobs.
The last of seven men confronted on camera by a West Michigan vigilante seeking out sexual predators has entered into a plea agreement.
More than 140 elected officials signed the letter of support, which comes the same day as her confirmation hearing.
The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a federal judge to block the launching of a full environmental study.