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.
A developer has gotten the green light to build a hotel in downtown Holland.
A ferry carrying 462 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea’s southern coast on Wednesday.
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The driver of a pickup truck was killed Wednesday morning after rolling his truck and hitting a tree in Van Buren County, according to sheriff’s officials.
Michigan Democratic candidate for governor Mark Schauer is proposing to increase funding for K-12 classrooms and higher education.
Michigan State Police have identified the two drivers who were killed late Tuesday night in a wrong-way crash on US-131 in Allegan County.
Ford is building a limited-edition Mustang GT to honor the pony car’s 50th anniversary.
Attorneys who persuaded a judge to overturn Michigan’s ban on gay marriage are opposing the state’s request to have an entire appeals court take the case.
Three bicyclists found a body Tuesday night along the beach in Mason County.
The Michigan State Police in Coldwater are investigating multiple home burglaries in Bronson and Noble Township.
The man who killed Trooper Paul Butterfield has been declared clinically brain dead after hanging himself while in prison, a family spokesperson said.
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A Kalamazoo County man says the federal government is coming after him for a debt it claims he incurred when he was 9 years old.
The National Weather Service says the Muskegon River is likely to remain above flood stage through the rest of the week, and perhaps until next Wednesday.
A Delton Kellogg Elementary School student brought an airsoft gun to school Tuesday, police say.
Authorities say they arrested one person after chasing a vehicle for an hour across three counties Tuesday.
Battle Creek city commissioners met for the first time Tuesday since two police department leaders who have been placed on administrative leave filed suit against the city.
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