Winter is inching closer and chances are it will be an active year.
One person was killed and another is in the hospital after a fiery head-on crash Wednesday morning.
A judge is urging people to dress warmly at a Michigan courthouse that doesn’t have heat amid a building construction project.
Dozens of local agencies and organizations are participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday.
Authorities are investigating a barn fire in Ionia Township where two stolen vehicles were destroyed in the fire.
The National Weather Service says the Grand Rapids area could see one to three inches of rain before Tuesday night, causing some flooding.
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A couple says they plan to shop elsewhere after nearly being stuck with hundreds of dollars in bills for a refrigerator that never arrived.
A 17-year-old who was charged with stabbing and killing another teen in Ionia this summer has been found incompetent to stand trial.
An Ionia-based poultry farm will be expanding its business, which is expected to create 33 jobs and $16.3 million in capital investment.
A State Police report says a drone that sneaked contraband into a Michigan prison in May went undetected for nearly two months.
If you’re looking for a new friend, Saturday is Empty the Shelters day by the BISSELL Pet Foundation.
A woman was seriously injured when her SUV collided with a semi-truck north of Ionia Monday.
Veterans in West Michigan have mixed feelings on whether it’s unpatriotic for NFL players to kneel during the national anthem.
With unseasonably hot weather continuing in West Michigan, some schools have announced half days for Tuesday.