Several Rockford elementary schools have been cleared of any public health risk related to PFAS contaminating water in the area.
A Grand Rapids church forced to close its doors due to a threat of violence has reopened.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department and Michigan Department of Transportation are receiving national recognition for their safety efforts.
Democratic candidate Shri Thanedar has been sued and accused of fraud in the sale of his majority stake in a chemical-testing company.
General Motors is telling investors its next generation of electric vehicles will cost the company 30 percent less than current ones.
Live traps are being placed in a suburban Detroit neighborhood in hopes of catching two Guinness World Records-holding cats.
Two people involved in an armed robbery resulting in a man being shot have been sentenced to time behind bars.
The mother of a gunman who shot 14 people, killing four, said he called her the day before the rampage in Northern California.
A West Michigan health care group is going through a merger affecting over 22,000 employees.
One of the teens involved with the theft of several guns in West Michigan has taken a plea deal.
President Donald Trump spent five days in Asia largely keeping the Alabama Senate scandal at bay. He won’t be so lucky on U.S. soil.
Five Democrats introduced articles of impeachment against Trump, a long-shot effort that stands little chance in a Republican-led House.
Grand Valley State University sent a bold message when it booted a second fraternity from campus in less than a year’s time.
There are renewed calls in the state legislature to add gender identification and sexual orientation to the list of hate crime protections.
South Korea said it will deport an American man detained for allegedly attempting to cross the mine-strewn border into North Korea.
Health officials across America will ask smokers to put down the cigarettes for a good cause Thursday.
Detroit’s 10-3 start is one of the biggest good surprises in the NBA through the season’s first month.
Papa John’s apologized for comments made by the CEO blaming sluggish pizza sales on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
Chandra Amaya could have bought her freedom if she had $100; instead, she sat in the Kent County jail for 33 days on a misdemeanor charge.
Two teen girls face felony charges after allegedly recording the assault of a 17-year-old and then posting the video online.