The use of Native American mascots for sports teams is a controversy that has hit the National Football League, colleges and high schools.
A convicted murderer who is accused of escaping from a prison in Ionia and carjacking a local woman entered a plea during a court hearing.
A bullet came within inches of hitting a 13-year-old as he slept in his northern Ionia County home early Sunday.
A Michigan Department of Corrections officer who was fired after an inmate escaped from a state prison near Ionia has been reinstated.
A section of westbound I-96 has reopened in Ionia County after it was shut down while police investigated and cleared two separate crashes.
A man has died after crashing his quad Saturday morning.
A lack of teachers is pushing back the start of school for the EightCAP and Head Start programs for West Michigan counties.
Three people were hurt after the garage they were in was struck by lightning Tuesday.
Blocker, a 2-year-old German Shepherd, and his partner Officer Jennifer Skorka have been training for two weeks.
A man was burned when his attempt to build a lawn mower caused an explosion.
It has been more than a month since police said Brady Oestrike killed Charline Oppenneer, Brooke Slocum and their unborn child.
Aero Med was called to a motorcycle crash in northeast Ionia County Monday night.
Three people were hospitalized after a crash north of Lake Odessa Sunday.
The day after Rep. Amash called his primary opponent’s campaign “despicable,” Kent County GOP members gathered to preach unity.
After Republican U.S. Rep. Justin Amash beat challenger Brian Ellis, he said Ellis’s campaign was “disgusting” and “despicable.”
In this episode of “To The Point,” Rick Albin speaks to the two Republicans vying for the Third Congressional District seat.