A bowling alley in Van Buren County is likely a total loss after its roof collapsed under the weight of snow.
A 33-year-old Kalamazoo man is behind bars after his girlfriend said he tortured her for 15 hours.
Police are investigating a shooting in Muskegon Heights in which one person was shot.
The fire that killed 81-year-old Wanda Cooper in her Orangeville Township home early Thursday was likely caused by a space heater used to thaw frozen pipes, according to investigators.
Few sports demand as much trust as pairs figure skating and ice dancing. The ladies are thrown up, down and around by their partners–and they have to hope their man is there to catch them.
Hailing from everywhere from just across the border to on the other side of the world, these genetically gifted Olympians have both athletic skill and good looks in excess.
Two people have been charged after police said they caught them trying to set a home on fire.
The only thing standing between fender-bender and tragedy was a large red fire engine in Kentwood Friday.
Police say they are looking into the story of a woman who says she rescued an injured puppy from a trash can after receiving multiple tips that her story could be false.
The Obama administration on Friday gave banks a road map for conducting transactions with legal marijuana sellers so these new businesses can stash away savings, make payroll and pay taxes like any other enterprise.
An employee at a Planet Fitness health club in Muskegon has admitted to recording video of nude customers as they tanned in a tanning bed, according to police.
In an effort to continue to clear roads for emergency vehicles, the City of Grand Rapids has announced specific streets that will be plowed this week.
Thirteen flu-related deaths have been reported in West Michigan this flu season.
Two math majors at a college in Oregon lost control of a massive snowball that rolled into a dorm, knocking in part of a bedroom wall.
Greg Gilmore, the owner of The B.O.B., defended his business during a hearing Friday, saying the bar has worked hard – and has spent a lot of money – to improve safety.
The wreck happened on Apple Drive near State Road in Crockery Township, just west of Nunica.