Yes that's a Hog Dog in a Pickle - Meet the Grand Rapids Dill Dog
Meet the Dill Dog, a hot dog wrapped in a pickle. The creation comes from the wiener wizards at 1 Bun Restaurant in Grand Rapids.
Chicago's Legendary Gino's East to Open Restaurant in South Haven
There are few spots better known for a Chicago style deep dish pizza than Gino's East. The restaurant chain is opening their first Michigan location in South Haven.
This is How the Mackinac Bridge Looks from Space
Did you know that Michigan's Mackinac Bridge is visible from space, as seen from this photo taken aboard the International Space Station?
The 12 Longest, Most Frustrating Traffic Lights in Michigan
There's nothing more frustrating than a long red light when you're trying to get somewhere. Along Michigan's roadways, these are the 12 worst, longest traffic lights in Michigan.
Surprise, The Detroit River Isn’t a River at All
The Detroit River is one of Michigan's most recognized geographic features and one of the world's busiest waterways. But the Detroit River is not a river.
Long Lines for Free Lunch at Kalamazoo Little Caesars
Little Caesars pays off their NCAA Basketball upset promise with free lunch combo. No surprise there were long lines at all area Kalamazoo restaurant locations.
This is How Much Little Caesars Free Lunch Giveaway Will Cost
The pizza chain's gambit of offering a free lunch combo to everyone in America should a Number 16 team pull an upset win over a top seed is coming on Monday April 2. But at what cost?
This Video Will Prove How Bad Michigan's Pothole Roads Really Are
Want video evidence to prove what you already know, that Michigan has some of the nation's worst roads? Take a look at this video from the Michigan/Indiana state line along Interstate 94.
We Don't Think This Old Abandoned Michigan Home is Haunted
Imagine how this Victorian home in Saginaw must have looked in its prime. Today this home stands abandoned, overlooked and needing lots of TLC.
There Used to be a Fairground in Downtown Battle Creek
Head west out of downtown Battle Creek and you'll see the city's skyline dominating Federal Center. Once upon a time, there was a fairground right next door.
This is Michigan's Quietest Highway
The roadway you're seeing above is claimed to be the most quiet highway in Michigan.
This Michigan Lighthouse is Actually a Bar
Michigan's lighthouses are certainly a tourist attraction around the state's shorelines, but there aren't any you can drink in, except this one.
This is the Gogomain, Michigan's 'Swamp of No Return'
There is a remote wilderness that is said to disorient people so badly, some have died exploring there. From the safety of your screen, learn more about the Gogomain Swamp - Michigan's Swamp of No Return.
Mackinac Island Could Become a National Park Someday
Mackinac Island is one of Michigan's best loved and most visited tourist destinations. But would you believe the island, via a legal loophole, could become a National Park?
Dickey's Barbecue Pit Sets Sights on Kalamazoo Location
Dickey's Barbecue Pit appears ready to move into the Kalamazoo market with a location near the campus of Western Michigan University.
Elm Hall - The Smallest Post Office in Michigan
If you get your mail at the Elm Hall Post Office, you better hope no one else is there when you stop by, there's likely not room for both of you to be inside. This is the smallest post office in Michigan.
Red Arrow Root Beer is a Classic Michigan Pop You've Never Tasted
From Red Arrow Highway to the Red Arrow Conference, the name is common in Michigan. But do you remember Red Arrow Root Beer?
MOD Pizza Set to Open in Kalamazoo
Look for a new pizza player to enter the Kalamazoo restaurant scene soon. MOD Pizza is coming to town.
The Tallest Man Who Ever Lived Died in Michigan
The tallest human ever known to roam the earth, Robert Wadlow, died in Michigan. Wadlow's short life began in Illinois near St. Louis and he died at age 22 in Manistee.
The Center Line was Invented in Michigan - We Can't Agree Where
There are two roads in Michigan that both claim to have been the first to revived a painted center line - so who's correct?