Several thousand people gathered Sunday to honor three U.S. Forest Service firefighters killed battling wildfires in Washington state.
The trial for the youngest person ever charged with murder in Kent County will begin this week.
Police in Muskegon Heights are investigating after four people were shot early Sunday.
Tropical Storm Fred is expected to become a hurricane by Monday, forecasters say.
The company that provided custodial services for Benton Harbor schools is suing to collect $2.7 million it says it is owed.
President Barack Obama says he’s changing the name of the tallest mountain in North America from Mount McKinley to Denali.
The Polish Festival in downtown Grand Rapids celebrated Polish culture with food, music, games and fun.
A man has died after he was hit by a drunk driver in Mecosta County Sunday morning.
There was great food and craft beverages at the Savor the Art Coast festival in Saugatuck. (Aug. 30, 2015)
A man was hospitalized in critical condition after crashing his car into a tree in Van Buren County Sunday morning.
Edwin Encarnacion homered for the fourth time in two days and Josh Donaldson also connected.
With the relatively slow month of August almost over, there is considerable talk in Lansing about what may happen next with roads.
A man from Kalamazoo who was wanted on three outstanding warrants was arrested Saturday after a police pursuit and car crash.
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Dozens of people at a rally released balloons Saturday to mark the four-year anniversary of Iran’s refusal to free Amir Hekmati.
A Hartford-area woman was arrested after leading deputies on a chase in a stolen vehicle, Van Buren County authorities say.
Grand Rapids police say an officer chased and caught a man who ran off after hitting a pedestrian downtown.
A pawn shop owner has sold an old Volkswagen van that was used by assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian.
The West Michigan Sports Commission hosted the inaugural Gridiron Classic at Grand Valley State University on Saturday.
People on Grand Rapids’ southeast side marched with a message on Saturday. They want to ‘stop the violence.’
Hackers got access to personal information of more than 10,000 people who work for Michigan Roman Catholic churches.