A former U.S. Army officer — who operated a business in Portland selling military-grade weapons parts and accessories, and now lives in West Michigan — pleaded guilty Friday to arms export violations and mishandling classified documents.
More than 100 area residents and visitors participated in the 2014 Labor Day Bridge Walk in Grand Haven on Monday. The 3.5-mile walk started on Harbor Island, went across the Third Street Bridge, out to the South Pier and back to the Chinook Pier.
A federal judge Friday threw out new Texas abortion restrictions that would have effectively closed more than a dozen clinics statewide in a victory for opponents of tough new anti-abortion laws sweeping across the U.S.
The final two months of campaigning in Michigan will determine if Republicans continue their four-year control of state government and who will succeed U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, a retiring Democrat who has held his seat for nearly 36 years.
Political TV ads are set to escalate in the final two months of the race between Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and Democrat Mark Schauer, as the campaigns and their deep-pocketed outside allies sharply focus their message to voters.
College students from West Africa may be subject to extra health checks when they arrive to study in the United States as administrators try to insulate campuses from the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
Police didn't violate the First Amendment when they threatened to ticket Christian evangelists at an Arab-American street festival in suburban Detroit, a federal appeals court said Wednesday in a 2-1 decision that drew a pointed dissent from a judge who called it a "blueprint" to stifle speech.