A theme is popping up among ArtPrize Nine entries: several works of art in the competition are politically charged.
After more than three years of wrangling in federal court, a teen who says he was brutalized by Grand Rapids police will receive $95,000.
Pat Miles, a former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Michigan, has filed paperwork to run for state Attorney General’s Office.
One year after she walked away from ArtPrize Eight with $200,000, Stacey Kirby’s life is different.
Five of Wheaton College’s players, including two from West Michigan, face felony charges in the hazing of another team member.
An unlicensed contractor who made a mess of an Ionia couple’s roof will serve jail time for it.
A dancer from West Michigan has advanced to the finale of the NBC hit show “America’s Got Talent.”
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday, killing at least two people and collapsing buildings.
ArtPrize Nine includes a return to something visitors didn’t see quite as much of in the last few years: large, standout pieces.
Multiple seats will be up for grabs in the upcoming election, many of which are held by legislators in West Michigan districts.
Attorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry amid a nationwide overdose crisis.
Doctors will determine whether a man accused of beating and killing his grandmother is fit to stand trial.
Police have recovered two more guns stolen from the Cabela’s in Grandville a few days ago and taken three more people into custody.
A Muskegon man was sentenced to jail time Tuesday for the unintentional death of his younger brother.
Bills sent to Gov. Rick Snyder would let candidates solicit unlimited contributions for independent committees supporting their candidacies.
Michigan election officials approved a petition form to raise the state’s minimum wage and eliminate a smaller wage to tipped employees.
States continue to use Common Core academic standards despite debate over if they are improving performance in reading and math.
New and gently used blankets are being collected for the Homeless health Fair and VA Stand Down event in Battle Creek.
A Caledonia man is facing charges after crashing his Jeep into two bicyclists, killing one and seriously injuring the other.
Toys ‘R’ Us filed for bankruptcy protection ahead of the key holiday shopping season and says its stores will remain open for business.