Mark Dantonio spoke to the media for the first time since three of his players and one staff member were suspended.
A deputy was justified in the fatal shooting of a man following a domestic altercation, the Kent County prosecutor has decided.
Ford Motor Co. is investing $1.2 billion in three Michigan facilities, including an engine plant where it plans to add 130 jobs.
Boxes and a computer screen were among the items removed from Sen. Bert Johnson’s home on Monday.
A 19-year-old man was arrested following multiple home invasions in Kent County.
House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes rebuffed calls to step aside from the Russia investigation Tuesday.
Body camera video shows a drunk and armed FBI agent inside GRPD headquarters hours after his partner shot at officers.
A nonprofit organization is working to raise money to build a homeless, runaway and at-risk youth home in Grand Rapids.
The Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan is expanding its anti-bullying campaign “be nice.” to Kalamazoo and Van Buren counties.
It was standing room only at a Grandville City Council meeting Monday night as people voiced opposition to a proposed puppy store.
A new survey from AAA Michigan shows many consumers believe gas prices are already too high as the switch to summer-blend gas begins.
President Trump is moving forward with a campaign pledge to unravel former President Obama’s sweeping plan to curb global warming.
Online jail records showed that Victor Gonzalez was in the Kent County Correctional Facility as of Monday.
Thomas S. Fox Fine Jewelry Outlet will shutter in two months.
Andreas Athanasiou crashed into Eddie Lack as he scored in overtime Monday night, giving the Detroit Red Wings a victory over Carolina.
Derrick Rose scored 27 points, Kristaps Porzingis had 25 and the New York Knicks handed the Detroit Pistons another damaging defeat.
Roger Wilkins, a historian, journalist and activist who held a key civil rights post in President Johnson’s administration, died Sunday.
After a veteran from Kentwood was taken in by a phony pet website and lost hundreds of dollars, West Michigan residents wanted to help.
The sweeping deal settles a lawsuit over lead-contaminated water in the troubled city.
A recently introduced bill would no longer require school districts to ask the state for permission if they want to open before Labor Day.