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The Grand Rapids Weather Examiner presents the first in a series from the National Weather Service on Flood Safety.
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4 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
'My Brain Is in My Inkstand: Drawing as Thinking and Process' at Cranbrook Art Museum closes March 30. Cranbrook is one of nearly 30 venues staying in the program a second year.
8 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
Police say that a 29-year-old nurse found dead in December at a University of Michigan hospital three months ago overdosed on drugs she took from her patients.
12 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Nik Stauskas and the Michigan Wolverines are our pick for the final No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament field.
Ice levels on Lake Michigan highest in decades: The amount of ice accumulating on Lake Michigan is both a blessing and a curse.
This winter, the be-all and end-all of mid-Michigan winters, started with an ice storm that led to a power failure and then so many snowstorms on top of each other we had to stop counting, for sanity's sake.
Mitch McGary has progressed to running on a hard court and next week plans to start jumping for the first time since shutting down his season with a back injury.
Local, county and state law enforcement officials say they're stepping up patrols to catch drunken drivers during a period that includes St. Patrick's Day, the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments and spring break.
Michigan's controversial abortion law took effect Friday, prohibiting private insurers from offering the coverage as a standard feature moving forward and prompting a furious round of responses from pro-choice advocates and political pundits.
A man who escaped from a Michigan prison in February is back in the state after no longer opposing his extradition from Indiana.
About half of the sweeping Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore was designated a federally protected wilderness area under legislation signed Thursday by President Barack Obama .
Matthew Webb, a senior at Cass Technical High School, now has a shot at a $20,000 grand prize in the national competition April 29-30 in Washington, D.C. Webb, 18, who's active in theater at Cass Tech, won $200 for his school, $200 for himself and a plaque in the state competition at the Hannah Community Center in East Lansing.
Pure Michigan, the state's award-winning tourism brand, will advertise for the first time on network television, beginning Monday.
Michael Patrick Shiels will broadcast his syndicated morning radio and television show live from Ireland on St. Patrick's Day.
Science teacher goes on McDonald's-only diet to prove it's not where you eat, but what you eat (and... This undated image provided by the Michigan Attorney Generals office shows a mugshot of Shawn Dicken.
James Zink of Rochester programs a robot to perform the most efficient procedure of spot welding using a weld application for the Robotics 2400 course at Oakland Community College in Auburn Hills on Wednesday March 5, 2014.