The rising Grand River has flooded homes in several western Michigan communities and is pushing toward a record high near Grand Rapids.
Posted: 7:16 PM
Low-income Michigan families would have to take drug tests and make sure their children don't miss too much school to qualify for some welfare benefits, under legislation in the state House.
Updated: 5:33 PM
Four new members have joined the Michigan Association of Counties' board of directors for 2013-14.
Posted: 5:27 PM
A fire broke out on Lansing Road in Cahrlotte early Sunday morning.
Updated: 1:52 PM
A fire broke out on Ottawa Street in Lansing Sunday afternoon.
Updated: 11:32 AM
The 2nd Lansing Marathon went on without a hitch. More than 2,000 runners from all over mid michigan filled the city streets to take on a 26 .2 mile run.
Updated: 11:31 PM
179 people dead and more than 6,700 injured in China earthquake
Posted: 10:42 PM
Authorities have recovered the bodies of five snowboarders who were killed in a backcountry avalanche on Colorado's Loveland Pass.
Posted: 10:38 PM
The Michigan Women's Studies Association is to be celebrated at a conference on the occasion of the group's 40th anniversary.
Posted: 7:59 PM
Quicken Loans will hold a career fair in downtown Detroit as the online mortgage lender and its family of companies look to add more than 500 employees.
Posted: 7:56 PM
Vice President Joe Biden is headlining a fundraiser for Michigan Democrats.
Posted: 7:54 PM
Attorney General Bill Schuette is encouraging Michigan residents to take advantage of free seminars on personal finance.
Posted: 7:51 PM
A memorial service for former Michigan first lady Helen Milliken will be held June 3 in Traverse City.
Posted: 7:47 PM
The Mega Millions jackpot has risen to an estimated $92 million for the next drawing in the multistate lottery game.
Posted: 7:42 PM
Heavy rainstorms this spring have forced Michigan sugar beet growers to postpone planting.
Posted: 7:40 PM
A mistrial has been declared in the case against a mid-Michigan science teacher and swim coach facing sexual assault charges involving two male students.
Posted: 7:37 PM
Adoptions have been shut down at the Genesee County Animal Control Department shelter due to a disease outbreak.
Posted: 7:33 PM
Democratic national committeewoman Debbie Dingell says she has decided not to run for the U.S. Senate seat that opened up with Carl Levin's impending retirement.
Posted: 7:26 PM
Grand Rapids firefighters helped to evacuate apartments and a hotel downtown after 4.5 feet of water surged into the 32-floor building's basement.
Posted: 7:22 PM
The National Weather Service says river crests in West Michigan communities are to start in Ionia and move west into Ottawa County over the next few days.
Posted: 7:20 PM
Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell has declared a state of emergency as the city deals with rising waters.
Updated: 11:32 AM
Officer Rick Rodden from the Columbia Township Police was hit by a suspect in a vehicle Saturday morning on Marshall Street.
Updated: 1:52 PM
Some of the worst flooding in mid-Michigan came to a crest Saturday.
Updated: 7:43 AM
Chase moved into high gear with murder of MIT campus police officer.
Posted: 11:10 PM
Government invoking "public safety exception."
Posted: 11:07 PM
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