It’s the night before Thanksgiving, and maybe you’ve already started preparing your turkey for Thursday’s feast.
As West Michigan families prepare for Thanksgiving, one community took time to make sure their neighbors had a warm dinner.
For those shopping for a fresh tree, Bert Cregg is someone they would like to bring along.
The son of the Van Buren County sheriff has pleaded guilty to charges in connection to a fatal shooting in Bangor earlier this year.
A man who crashed his pickup truck into a car, killing a mother and leaving twin boys critically injured will go to trial.
A man who was shot by a Kent County Deputy has been indicted on a federal firearms charge.
It appears Marcia Neigebauer moved to the Ann Arbor area for treatment for Lou Gehrig’s disease shortly before her death.
Fiat Chrysler is telling owners of some small Jeeps not to use the front passenger seat until a problem with the air bag is repaired.
Troops received a warm welcome home ahead of Thanksgiving at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Wednesday.
The Falcons of Grand Rapids West Catholic are flying in some rare air heading into the high school football championships.
Jujhar Khaira scored to break a 2-2 tie in the second period, and the Edmonton Oilers went on to beat the Detroit Red Wings.
A terminally ill woman lived in pain for nearly three months waiting for a medical marijuana card that should have shown up in 30 days.
State and national governments are investigating whether Uber violated laws requiring the disclosure of major breaches.
A grant from the state to clean up contamination at a former dry cleaner means construction on affordable housing can begin.
“Me too” is putting Democrats in an awkward place as they calibrate how to respond after supporting those who have alleged misconduct.
The personal protection order a Grandville area couple filed against their son’s alleged bully is staying place, at least for now.
The world’s nights are getting alarmingly brighter — bad news for all sorts of creatures, humans included.
Ludington police are warning residents about the possible resurgence of a contest scam, after someone posed as a an employee of WMOM.
Downtown Kalamazoo will light up for the holidays on Friday with its annual tree lighting ceremony.
“CBS This Morning” says two women claim that Charlie Rose grabbed them inappropriately.