There are no positive cases of the novel coronavirus disease in Michigan, but that doesn't mean the state and local health departments aren't keeping a watchful eye on people who could be carrying the virus.
A waiver from the state gives districts the option to choose an earlier start date.
NorthWood's colors are red and black, but this week, head coach Adam Yoder's message to the team is simple: red equals bad, blue equals good.
"I always come into it thinking we are going to do really well. We are going to give it all we have. Once the game starts, the mindset changes but you always have to go into every game thinking the same thing."
The Notre Dame men's basketball team isn't just entering the final stretch of the season but their most important stretch of the season.
Two elected boards will hold a joint meeting tonight to discuss the intertwined futures of the City of South Bend and its public school system.
The sheriff's office said it was initially looking at the incident as a rescue after a call came in from a climber with the Portland Mountain Rescue.
The cubs were born from in vitro fertilization to a surrogate cheetah mother in an effort to save the species. There are only 7,000 cheetahs left in the wild, where only 5 percent of cubs survive.
NBC’s Jo Ling Kent takes us to Seattle, where Amazon today opened its first cashless supermarket. Customers enter by scanning an app – and using sensors on the shelves and cameras in the store, their amazon account is charged for what they’ve taken.
The incident, captured on body cameras last September, took place after staff at an Orlando charter school complained the girl was acting out.
Michelle Janavs admitted to paying $300,000 to cheat the college admissions process for three of her daughters. Prosecutors named her one of the “most culpable parents” charged.