- Winter’s return to West Michigan was marked by strong winds Monday.
A 68-year-old man received non-life threatening injuries in a car crash, according to the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
A service dog went missing Wednesday from a home in Portland in Ionia County.
Police were able to track down two suspects who stole several items from cars by following their footprints left in the snow.
If this November seems unusual to you, you’re on to something.
The snow is expected to stop by Friday morning.
An early winter storm blasted West Michigan leaving behind more than a foot of snow in some areas.
Winter had Michigan firmly in its grip in mid-November — a pattern expected to continue for several days.
An early snowstorm blanketed West Michigan in several inches of snow between Nov. 15 and Nov. 16, 2014.
The first blast of wintry weather was a reminder to put good snow- and ice-driving habits back into practice.
The Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids is quadrupling the amount of money it provides in tuition grants for Catholic schools.
Regular firearm deer hunting season starts this weekend, and the Michigan DNR is predicting a good hunt in our region.
The votes are in and they’re starting to be tallied.
The Director of the Ionia County Road Commission says her budget is pretty close to broke.
After losing both legs to an IED in Afghanistan, a West Michigan marine is turning the page on a new chapter in his life.
Around 70 baby chicks were killed in a barn fire near Saranac on Wednesday.