Detroit Lions reportedly waiving interior offensive lineman
The undrafted Marshall product spent time with the XFL’s Houston Roughnecks and the Seattle Seahawks during their offseason program before landing in Detroit.
Running for a cause: Crim racers aim to raise awareness, honor loved ones, achieve goals
A number of participants in the HAP Crim Festival of Races on Saturday had a special reason for coming to the Flint event, including raising awareness about things such as mental health and childhood cancer, honoring the memory of loved ones or to achieve personal goals.
About 125K still without power days after tornadoes, deadly storm hit Michigan
Power is expected to be restored to a majority of those in the state by end of day Sunday.
Flint’s Got Talent returns this fall to showcase creativity in community
Flint’s Got Talent will host its second annual contest on Nov. 4 at the Capitol Theatre in the city’s downtown area.
The ballad of Zalea: A Saginaw coonhound’s journey to a new shelter
The 2-year-old stray was one of 80 dogs transported from Saginaw County's aging animal shelter in Saginaw to a new facility in Kochville Township.
Here are 10 road closures beginning this week in Michigan
More than 70 new construction projects are scheduled for the week of Aug. 28 through Sept. 2, 2023.
Transgender name changes, tax cut dispute, tornados: Your guide to Michigan politics
It is far easier for married people to change their names than transgender people. The governor had to declare a state of emergency in some parts of Michigan, and Republicans want a tax cut to last.
Tremendous wild berry-picking season reported across Michigan
Michigan’s delicious fruits of the forest offered bountiful harvests for wild berry pickers this year.
Paul Goydos, Darren Clarke endure, share Ally Challenge lead
After Friday's weather wiped out the first round, Ally Challenge golfers hit the Warwick Hills course for two rounds Saturday.
1 dead in wrong-way crash on Detroit freeway
Two other people -- including the suspected wrong-way driver -- were hospitalized with severe injuries, police said.
Hundreds flock to Burning Foot Festival on Lake Michigan for 100 breweries, Bob Marley’s son
Thousands of people sampled a variety of beers, ciders and seltzers Saturday at Muskegon’s Pere Marquette Beach during the Burning Foot Beer Festival on Saturday.
Cannons boom as reenactors engage in battles at 2023 Jackson Civil War Muster
The two-day Jackson Civil War Muster kicked off Saturday. The event is the largest living history event in the Midwest, drawing 25,000 to 30,000 people annually to Jackson.