Michigan voters on Tuesday resoundingly defeated tax increases that would have pumped $1.2 billion more a year into roads.
Details on local road millages, school bond proposals and a zoning issue that West Michigan citizens voted on Tuesday.
The city’s mayor said the success was due to keeping voters informed and the local millage separate from the state’s Proposal 1.
“He saw the gun and said, ‘Don’t shoot me, don’t shoot me,'” homeowner Deanna McGowan told 24 Hour News 8.
Video showing an altercation between a Rapid transit bus driver and a 15-year-old girl captures what led up to the confrontation.
A body was spotted in the Grand River in Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
An Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department corrections deputy is accused of driving drunk in Muskegon County.
A woman who was seriously hurt in a 1997 crash caused by a drunk driver overcame a discouraging prognosis to run again.
A bill that would retroactively remove the statute of limitations for sex crimes against minors before a state House committee on Tuesday.
The Ionia County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an apparent murder-suicide after two bodies were discovered in a backyard of a home.
Rockford, Mich. has renamed itself Griffinville ahead of the Grand Rapids Griffins’ playoff series with the Rockford, Ill. IceHogs.
More than two years after Jessica Heeringa disappeared from a Norton Shores gas station, one name keeps popping up: Brad Mason.
It’s hard to blame Pacquiao, even if he lied. He had the weight of a country on his shoulders. The people around him are another matter.
An undercover sting operation uncovered a chiropractor who was billing for procedures he didn’t provide, according to court documents.
Michigan State Police are investigating after four Rottweilers attacked a child Monday.
Police in Wyoming are asking for help to identify a pedestrian who was critically injured after being hit by a car.
The Chicago White Sox snapped a five-game losing streak with a victory over the Detroit Tigers.
The Grand Rapids Symphony presents Symphonic Silhouettes with Le Ombré May 15 – May 17.
The Michigan Senate has approved $53.9 billion in budget bills setting spending for state departments and public education.
CMS Energy says it plans to eliminate 1 million cubic yards of landfill waste through the end of 2019.
Students and staff at a school near Battle Creek have been evacuated due to a bomb threat.
A program that puts veterans back to work is expanding beyond health care into the food service distribution and manufacturing industries.
Midwives at Pennock’s Family Birthing Center provide specialized care for women and families.
Flowerland has plants, pots, and beautiful flowers to make your Mother’s Day gift extra special.
Toyota of Grand Rapids’ ‘300 Cars for Good’ program donates money to Kids’ Food Basket.
Celebrities attended the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating “China: Through the Looking Glass.”
Tasneem Sannah will perform a violin piece arranged by composer and pianist Malek Jandali.
The 17th annual Jewish Film Festival of Grand Rapids takes place May 3 – 7.
Cabildo is playing at Donkey Taqueria in Grand Rapids tonight.
An inmate at Muskegon Correctional Facility nominated Mary Berghuis.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee has declared his candidacy for president in the hometown he shares with former President Clinton — Hope, Ark.
An Illinois man accused of sexually assaulting his cousins nearly four decades ago is facing felony sex charges.