The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety confirms one person was shot and killed at Wayside West bar early Thursday morning.
A man accused of taking thousands of dollars from several people now faces fraud charges.
The Calhoun County Prosecutor has decided that a man who fired at a vehicle, injuring its passenger, was acting in self-defense following an incident of road rage.
A West Michigan pastor who is facing embezzlement charges allegedly used money from his former church to pay for personal vacations without the church’s knowledge, according to court documents.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) Tuesday ordered stores to stop selling several mulch products.
Two drivers were killed late Tuesday night in a wrong-way crash on US-131 in Allegan County.
The president of Kellogg Community College has returned the job after being placed on paid administrative leave.
GRPS is tweaking its Internet filtering software after a fourth-grade student used Google to access pornographic material on his in-classroom computer.
Check out aerial photos of flooding along the Muskegon River, taken by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A Grand Ledge man who stabbed a pregnant woman multiple times in late 2012 has entered into a plea agreement.
A man was convicted Wednesday of being part of a deadly assault and robbery at a Grand Rapids halfway house last year.
One person was hospitalized after a crash that caused a car to roll into a ditch in Caledonia, a witness told 24 Hour News 8.
A West Michigan labor activist is taking on the cause of some United Auto Workers members who say the union let them down.
Groundbreaking is expected this summer on a new five-story hotel in downtown Grand Rapids.
Six people are confirmed dead and another 55 injured as rescue crews search for 290 people still missing after a ferry sunk off the southern coast of South Korea Wednesday.
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