The preliminary hearing for Jeffery Willis in the murder of Jessica Heeringa is underway again.
A number of West Michigan counties are under a winter storm warning or winter weather advisory through Friday afternoon.
Authorities in Kalamazoo are searching for two suspects in connection to the fatal shooting of a Western Michigan University student.
Sean Phillips will spend up to 45 years in prison after he was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his daughter Baby Kate.
The man who hit his wife in the head with a hammer is headed to a state prison.
Meet Marge and Charlie, this week’s adoptable pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
A deputy was justified in the fatal shooting of a Holland Township man who was armed with a knife, the Ottawa County prosecutor has decided.
Time is ticking down for Jason Dalton’s lawyers to build their case in the Feb. 20 shootings that killed six people.
As snow continues to fall, so are driving speeds through parts of West Michigan.
President-elect Donald Trump is coming back to Grand Rapids for the first time since his stunning victory.
You can get involved and ring the bells to raise funds for needed community services.
A Kentwood city commissioner is facing a misdemeanor charge after investigators say he threatened a resident during an anonymous phone call.
It’s been nearly three months since someone set a Maranatha house on fire while its owners were away.
Companies can now test self-driving cars on Michigan public roads without a driver or steering wheel under new laws.
Authorities say a husband and wife from Ann Arbor died in a crash involving 53 vehicles.
Authorities say the driver who sparked a head-on crash in Ionia County was unable to stop for the traffic light.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the resort town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, have reopened to the public after deadly wildfires.
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries in an explosive fire investigators believe was fueled by natural gas.
A lawsuit filed by two former aides against two former state representatives who were ousted amidst a scandal has been dismissed.
The Ferris State Bulldogs are led by a staff that has coached literally thousands of high school students in West Michigan.