A portion of eastbound I-94 near Paw Paw is shut down due to a multi-vehicle and semi crash.
Jamarion Lawhorn told a psychologist he didn’t mean to kill 9-year-old Connor Verkerke, but was trying to “end his own misery.”
A federal judge ordered a county clerk to jail for contempt after she wouldn’t issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
State inspectors have found an electronic skimming device inside a pump at a Grand Rapids gas station.
A judge erased New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for “Deflategate.”
The Obama administration proposed Thursday to ban discrimination against transgender people throughout the health care system.
Students at four Zeeland Public Schools will notice some changes when school starts.
You can catch Meteorologist Matt Kirkwood on “Daybreak” each weekday morning. Here are eight things you may not know about him.
The Republican National Committee challenged every GOP presidential candidate to sign a pledge not to undertake a third-party bid.
Nearly 90,000 pounds of Kenosha pork sausage patty products have been recalled after small pieces of metal were found inside.
One Marine has been killed and 11 others were hurt when a helicopter made a hard landing at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
A woman reportedly lied to authorities about seeing two suspicious men in northern Illinois near where a police officer was fatally shot.
The West Michigan Whitecaps have clinched a spot in the playoffs.
Community members and law enforcement in Kalamazoo came together Wednesday night for a ‘racial healing’ service.
South Haven Police arrested three juveniles in connection to a string of boat break-ins and bike thefts.
A health care technology security expert told 24 Hour News 8 that online health information is never completely safe.
Yordano Ventura struck out 11 over seven sharp innings, the Royals hit four home runs and Kansas City rolled to a victory.
The lone survivor of a 1966 Great Lakes shipwreck has died of cancer. Dennis Hale was 75.
No one was hurt when a train collided with a car in Zeeland Township on Wednesday.
A new era of Central Michigan football is about to begin.
“Big change right now, seeing the economy turn around. We’re seeing a lot of employers looking for skilled labors, talented workers.”