“Right in here is where your dump is,” a former truck driver who hauled waste for Wolverine Worldwide showed Target 8.
Bill Crandall says he’s been fishing in the Rogue River for the past 40 years, but right now he’s not eating his catch.
The new owners of the iconic pyramid in Gaines Township plan to make a splash on Wall Street.
A medical student who survived two hurricanes in the Caribbean weeks apart has finally returned home to West Michigan.
Authorities are offering a reward for information leading to the recovery of stolen guns from two Kent County businesses.
Michigan State Police are looking for anyone who may have witnessed a crash that killed a trooper last week to come forward.
If you’re looking for a new friend, Saturday is Empty the Shelters day by the BISSELL Pet Foundation.
The West Michigan man who underwent four amputation surgeries after a strange case of strep throat has had a busy summer.
Kent County is launching its most expansive cancer cluster study ever in response to contamination near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport officials cut the ribbon Wednesday on the facility’s first round of renovations.
Hurricane Maria was something Forest Hills Northern graduate Andrew Droste expected to ride out, just like Hurricane Irma.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department located a missing Cedar Springs thanks to a tip from a concerned citizen.
Plainfield Township approved building homes near a Wolverine Worldwide dump site even after identifying it as an “environmental issue.”
With his classmates miserable in the recent unseasonable heat wave, 9-year-old Abram Barker decided to take matters into his own hands.
The father of Ana Marie Carrillo’s children closed their bank accounts a day after her disappearance, prosecutors say.