167 years after only Michigan speech, Abraham Lincoln returns to Kalamazoo
A 7-foot-1 inch bronze statue now stands atop a three-foot granite base in Bronson Park.
1 suspect arrested, 2 at large after shooting at off-campus apartment injured one person
One of three suspects was arrested for a Saturday shooting that injured one person in Big Rapids Township at an off-campus apartment where more than 40 casings from handguns were found, the Mecosta County Sheriff's Office said Sunday.
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.
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.
Education changed his life as a refugee. Now, this Grand Rapids principal is helping students thrive
Mulonge Kalumbula, the new principal at Grand Rapids' Shawmut Hills Academy, wants to help students find voice and belonging at school.
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.
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.
See photos from Grand Rapids’ Union Red Hawks 60-16 victory over rival Ottawa Hills
Grand Rapids Public Schools' Union High School kicked off the football season with a decisive win on Saturday at Houseman Field over district rival Ottawa Hills.
See 200 photos from the 46th annual HAP Crim Festival of Races
More than 8,000 runners participated in the 46th annual HAP Crim Festival of Races on Saturday, Aug. 26 in Flint.
‘It gives me hope’: Blind, retired veteran finishes his first 10-mile Crim race
Retired U.S. Army Major Jonathan Turnbull, injured in a 2019 suicide bombing attack, participated Saturday in his first HAP Crim Festival of Races 10-mile run in downtown Flint.