Several Rockford elementary schools have been cleared of any public health risk related to PFAS contaminating water in the area.
One of the teens involved with the theft of several guns in West Michigan has taken a plea deal.
Chandra Amaya could have bought her freedom if she had $100; instead, she sat in the Kent County jail for 33 days on a misdemeanor charge.
The man who stabbed a father to death following a late-night argument at a Grandville motel will spend the next 25 to 100 years in prison.
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The contamination level along Elstner Avenue is the highest outside the study area around Wolverine Worldwide’s former House Street dump.
The former employee admitted she never checked an alarm that went off when a patient wandered outside the Gaines Township facility.
A Grand Rapids school will open a new middle school in the fall, taking students out of the city and putting them on a farm.
Authorities say a car was broadsided and then rolled over after its driver failed to obey a stop sign southwest of Cedar Springs.
Authorities are offering a reward for information leading to the recovery of 76 stolen guns from a Cedar Springs store.
One person was taken to the hospital after a three-vehicle crash in Kentwood Tuesday morning.
More than a year ago, Plainfield Township stopped using one of its well fields because it was found to be contaminated with PFAS.
Three of the biggest police departments in West Michigan are working to get the gold standard for law enforcement accreditation.
The number of dump sites the state is checking in the Wolverine Worldwide PFAS contamination investigation has grown to 75, officials say.
Gov. Snyder is launching a task force to organize the response to the likely carcinogen found in Belmont wells and elsewhere in the state.