The anti-gay demonstrator on whom a slushie was dumped no longer wishes to pursue charges, the Grandville Police Department says.
The Michigan Department of Community Health is investigating an outbreak of a potentially deadly strain of E. coli bacteria.
A man who allegedly made pornographic images of the children placed in his mother’s care has entered a plea in the federal case against him.
A former Rockford pastor and seminary professor has admitted to climbing a ladder to watch a couple have sex.
An iconic Grand Rapids shoe store that closed its doors more than a year ago is making a comeback at a new location.
Police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred Tuesday afternoon in Grandville.
Making good on a promise made last fall, Wyoming officials have reopened the Gezon Parkway Fire Station.
Problems at O’Hare and Midway airports in Chicago caused some planes to be diverted to to Gerald R. Ford International Airport Tuesday.
Former Kent County commissioner Gary Rolls pleaded guilty Tuesday in a deal where several CSC charges were dropped against him.
Three Ada Township businesses were broken into Thursday and Friday evening, authorities say.
A lawsuit filed by a construction worker says his photo was shown on a dash cam video TV show, but he wasn’t the man involved in the crime.
A Kent County jury Monday convicted a man of murdering his cousin last autumn.
Police are investigating whether criminal charges should be sought after a woman hurled a frozen beverage at an anti-gay demonstrator.
Monday morning thunderstorms came through West Michigan and caused nearly 10,000 West Michigan resident to lose power for several hours.
Strong storms in Chicago created a busy Sunday for Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
As a 24 Hour News 8 camera was rolling Sunday, a woman dumped a slushie on a demonstrator holding an anti-gay sign.