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It's not clear why most state employees in Michigan have received base pay raises totaling 5 percent since 2008.
A Holland motel owner is making a final plea to the city council, after a request to renew his business license was denied, because of ongoing health and safety issues.
There's poop in our pools because people are not taking showers before swimming or are having accidents in the water. And public health officials care because sometimes that contaminated water makes people very sick.
Troubles at several oil refineries are driving gasoline prices sharply higher in the Midwest, and the regional shortages are expected to boost pump prices nationwide.
It's one of the most requested products we've been asked to test: The Air Curler.
Five small crossovers were rated poor included the Ford Escape, Jeep Patriot, Buick Encore, Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson.
States should reduce the blood-alcohol level that qualifies as drunken driving to 0.05% to reduce fatal crashes, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended Tuesday.
According to Jack Den Uyl, the owner of Mosquito Squad of West Michigan, the mosquito population has tripled in areas compared to this time last year.
Michigan military service members and veterans struggling to keep their homes because of the mortgage foreclosure crisis could be eligible for financial assistance from the state.
Research has suggested a link between children who appear to have ADHD and Red Dye 40.
A driver stands little chance of getting ticketed for texting by state police in most of the nation, with some state agencies averaging fewer than one citation per day, according to a USA TODAY survey of state police agencies.
The Perfect Pancake Maker claims it's the fast, easy way to make perfect pancakes every time without the added fat and no need for a spatula.
Police say a Photoshopped version of the sketch they released Tuesday in the Jessica Heeringa case is circulating around the internet.
Recent record flooding in West Michigan is now posing a new threat: Flood vehicles making their way into the local auto market.
The Freedom of Information Act or FOIA allows the public and the media access to a vast wealth of information, including 911 dispatch recordings.