A man was hospitalized after being accidentally run over by a pickup truck at the Hudsonville Community Fair.
Police Thursday released video of a person of interest in the fatal assault of a former West Michigan resident in San Francisco.
Van Buren County authorities are investigating the death of a man near Bloomingdale as a homicide.
A 17-year-old Muskegon Heights High School student was shot and killed early Thursday morning.
Richard Baird says he'll immediately pay local property taxes that he says were "inadvertently" exempted on his Lansing-area house.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday morning for a much-anticipated outlet mall in southwest Kent County.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is extending its "Dream It, Build It" LEGO exhibition by nearly a month.
Thursday, crews delivered huge steel beams to site of the M-231 bridge over the Grand River.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson.
Michigan authorities say the state's unemployment rate rose 0.7 percentage points in the latest month.
A judge has dismissed rape charges against former Detroit Tigers pitcher Evan Reed, saying the woman's testimony wasn't credible.
Airstrikes have helped Iraqi and Kurdish forces regain their footing, but Islamic State militants can be expected to stage a new offensive.
Officials broke ground Thursday morning on a new hotel in downtown Holland.
Grand Rapids is in the running to host the 2017 State Games of America.
New security measures have been put into place at Rockford Public Schools this fall after a multi-million dollar bond passed.
Police are trying to track down the person or people responsible for causing thousands of dollars of damage at a construction site in Allend…
David Price allowed only a first-inning RBI triple, but the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Detroit Tigers to avoid a sweep.
Grand Valley State University’s retention rate is the third highest in the state – at 71 percent. But that wasn't always the case.
Calhoun County authorities are looking for the person in a vehicle who shot a pedestrian in Springfield.
Edmund Szoka, an American cardinal who served as governor and financial administrator of the Vatican, has died at age 86.
When Larry Ofield’s great grandfather opened his funeral home over a hundred years ago, most folks in town knew his family personally. They …
Same-sex couples who were married in Michigan are seeking a court order today that would force the state to recognize the unions.
Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary is helping find a home for four-year-old cattle dog Jasper.
WOOD TV staff is passing on the Ice Bucket Challenge to help the worldwide effort to help find a cure for ALS.
The inaugural Alexander Zonjic's Shoreline Jazz Festival comes to Muskegon on August 23 and 24.
Steve-O will perform at Dr. Grins in the B.O.B. August 21-23.
The two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital.
The first episode of "Saved by the Bell" aired on Aug. 20, 1989 — that's 25 years ago. Here's a look at the stars, then and now.
A federal lawsuit against a Grand Rapids apartment owner for sexual harassment has ended in a more than half-million dollar settlement.
The YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids is holding a Back to School bash on Friday.
A former casino worker who cashed in on fake jackpots from the Gun Lake Casino will not serve any time in prison.
School's almost back in session. Here's a checklist of items to do to help you prepare.