A Target 8 investigation into the state’s mishandling of the case of 12-year-old Jamarion Lawhorn is leading to statewide changes.
A scammer calling people in West Michigan is pretending to be from Consumer’s Energy, saying that a bill needs to be paid immediately.
An East Rockford Middle School student has come down with whooping cough, according to the school district.
‘Be a Santa for a Senior’ helps more than 400 seniors who are struggling financially, sick or alone this holiday season.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department has a new K-9 deputy.
Lowell police officers have been using body cameras for over a year now and have found them to be useful against bogus complaints.
Before deploying to the Horn of Africa, 16 West Michigan Army reservists said their goodbyes Wednesday at the Reserve Center in Walker.
Autopsy results show an infant who died in April had a lethal dose of morphine in her at the time.
Constant calls from the same number are eating up the minutes on a woman’s government-issued cellphone.
Ryan Bartell is only 10 years old, but he already knows about the deadly consequences of drug use.
A judge said a mother accused of abusing her 12-year-old son, a murder suspect, is still on track to regain custody of her other children.
A land deal will allow Grand Valley State University to expand its Center for Health Sciences in downtown Grand Rapids.
A man who admitted to making pornographic images of children at his mother’s day care is headed to a federal prison.
The Christmas spirit is making its way through the town of Lowell in a very unexpected way.
The former director of sales at Kentwood Pharmacy has been sentenced for his part in a scheme to repackage and resell old drugs.
The Michigan Department of Transportation plans to turn the Wilson Avenue/Remembrance Road intersection into a roundabout.