Muskegon Township police are investigating after a shooting sent a man to the hospital.
A family is suing Kalamazoo after officers burst into their home while carrying out what the lawsuit describes as a “faulty” search warrant.
Allegan has received a $4 million grant to stabilize an eroding river bluff that could threaten the North American headquarters of Perrigo.
Regardless of protesters attempting to deter business, a puppy store in Grandville says it has sold six puppies since opening on Thursday.
A family member says the woman who was injured in a fire south of Hastings last week remains sedated in intensive care.
The annual March of Dimes March for Babies was held at Farmers Insurance Campus in metro Grand Rapids on April 29, 2017.
Legislators are back to work in Lansing and the budget process in Michigan is moving along on schedule.
New York Democrats have hatched a plan to get a look at President Donald Trump’s tax records.
Students molested by the former baseball player got a boost in their effort to sue both him and the school district that employed him.
More than 1,500 pets have new homes thanks to a free adoption event sponsored by the BISSELL Pet Foundation.
Jose Iglesias doubled and drove in three runs, and the Detroit Tigers ended a four-game losing streak.
Florida authorities say eight people were injured when they were struck by a car while walking to an apartment complex.
FIFA Council member Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah is resigning under pressure from allegations that he bribed Asian officials.
The Michigan Supreme Court is looking at the case of a Detroit-area man who was convicted of murder based on DNA.
The White House Correspondents’ Dinner wasn’t derailed by President Trump’s absence and the Hollywood stars who often show up.
A national group was the only people who showed up outside Grand Rapids Police Department to protest Saturday.
Southbound M-66 near Eaton Highway is closed Saturday night due to a crash.
President Donald Trump on Saturday marked his 100th day in office by saying he had brought “profound change” to Washington.
On Saturday, hundreds of people marked the anniversary with marches advocating peace and hope.
Organizers canceled the event at the last minute after poor planning, disorganization and lack of accommodations.