A Friday night crash is will be forcing northbound drivers to make an unexpected detour on US-131 Sunday morning.
Michigan State Police say a crash involving two semis forced the closure of the 100th Street overpass over US-131.
Federal authorities are cracking down on dangerous levels of hazardous chemicals other than PFAS found at Wolverine Worldwide properties.
Sparta stopped using one of the wells feeding its municipal water system after tests found it contained a small amount of a PFAS chemical.
State workplace safety regulators have launched an investigation into a castle-like housing development taking shape in Grandville.
Kent County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a crash that injured a pregnant woman and a child and shut down Lincoln Lake Avenue NE.
A Michigan commission is working to improve state standards for defending the poor, but the $87 million bill to do so could be problematic.
A Kentwood man has been charged with child sexually abusive activity related to his online behavior with a 12-year-old.
A judge’s stern words for a Gaines Township man convicted of murdering his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son were cut short Thursday.
After four days of thaw, the Arctic air is once again going to swing back into West Michigan starting Thursday night.
For the Plainfield and Algoma township families whose water is contaminated by PFAS, blood test results provide few answers.
Christian publisher Bethany House and Baker Publishing Group announced the decision after author Andy Savage confessed to his congregation.
The legal action aims to ensure Wolverine Worldwide keeps complying with orders in and funding the response to the toxic tap water crisis.
A Belmont couple is struck by the thought that high levels of chemicals dumped decades ago are now in the blood of their 20-month-old son.
The teen driver who led police on a chase, causing a crash that killed his cousin and another driver, will spend decades behind bars.