Deputy Natashia Smith was working her normal shift in southern Kent County when she got a life-changing call.
An East Kentwood High School student is getting buzz after she recreated her kindergarten photo for her ID badge during her senior year.
A West Michigan man who needed a liver transplant got the organ from an unexpected source: his son.
The Kent County Health Department isn’t ruling out canceling the season opener after nearly half the Rockford football team became ill.
A teen confessed to authorities to strangling his half sister at the apartment they shared with their father, according to court records.
Dialog Direct announced plans to close the NOVO 1 call center less than two years after opening.
The FAA has proposed a $54,000 fine against Gordon Food Service for allegedly violating regulations involving hazardous materials.
Rockford Public Schools was granted a waiver by the state to start before Labor Day.
Jayme Cole was missing for approximately 6.5 hours, authorities said.
A group of veterans that responds to natural disasters is in Wyoming to help clean up after the EF-0 tornado that tore through on Saturday.
Officials are looking into whether biodiegester in downtown Lowell that’s giving off a rank odor could be harmful to residents’ health.
The half brother of an 18-year-old woman found dead last week is now facing charges in the murder case.
Numbers are showing that July was the busiest passenger month in the history of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Authorities say they think a bank robbery suspect who led them on a high-speed chase last week crashed into another vehicle on purpose.
Some residents are on edge after learning a potentially dangerous methane gas is seeping outside the borders of the old Kentwood Landfill.
In Wyoming, which was hit hard by an EF-0 tornado during Saturday’s powerful storm, things were beginning to get back to normal Monday.
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-0 tornado was on the ground Grandville and Wyoming for about 10 minutes Saturday.
The city of Grandville will begin collecting debris in neighborhoods that were most impacted by Saturday’s powerful storm.
The smell that is still coming from a biodigester plant in Lowell is so bad that some say they can taste it.
The National Weather Service said it performed well during Saturday’s storm, sending out warnings in plenty of time as it churned north.