BREAKING NEWS // Officers with the Kalamazoo Township Police Department are investigating a suspicious death.
The man convicted in the murder of Michigan State Police Trooper Paul Butterfield has died after he was taken off of life support Thursday morning, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections.
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Gov. Rick Snyder declared a ‘state of disaster’ for Newaygo County and Osceola County after storms ripped through the area last Saturday and flood waters have risen above flood stage levels.
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Another plea that could bring new answers as police continue to investigate the 2004 murder of Amanda Lankey.
An employee at a Kalamazoo bar has been arrested after police said he shot and killed a 23-year-old man inside Wayside West bar early Thursday morning.
A 34-year-old Detroit man has been charged with aggravated assault in connection with a reported attack on the principal of his child’s school.
A director has been named to oversee Grand Rapids’ parks and recreation department, according to city leaders.
Secret Service investigators say they are close to gaining a full understanding of the methods hackers used to breach Target’s computer systems last December.
One person has died after making a U-turn in front of a volunteer firefighter who was on his way to another crash in the same area.
The U.S. Coast Guard says the body of a missing boater has been found in Lake Erie and they’re continuing to search for three others off the Ohio shoreline.
Three people are recovering after a man’s boat flipped over in a Montcalm County lake and two others tried to rescue him when their boat also overturned.
Gov. Rick Snyder has declared a state of emergency for Marquette County following widespread, severe damage to water and sewer lines caused by this winter’s extreme cold.
A celebration is happening Thursday for the life of an 8-year-old girl who stole the hearts of the MSU basketball team and the nation.
Portland officials said Wednesday they are flushing away millions of gallons of treated water for the second time in less than three years because someone urinated into a city reservoir.
Dozens of people have been charged in an alleged marijuana grow operation spanning multiple West Michigan counties.