Hundreds of people were without power after a crash in Kentwood Monday morning.
The historic Butterball Mansion is once again listed for sale in East Grand Rapids.
Wolverine Worldwide announced Friday that the company is expanding its whole-house filtration program to two new areas.
A man who ran the Wolverine tannery during the years it was dumping waste in Belmont said the company believed it was doing the right thing.
The lawsuits argue Wolverine broke the law by dumping their “hazardous tannery waste” for nearly 30 years in the mid-1900s.
Authorities say a tipster helped them identify three people who allegedly caused thousands of dollars in damage in Kent and Ottawa counties.
Concerned residents had the opportunity to question officials about lead poisoning in Kent County Thursday night.
Two Alpena teachers traveled to West Michigan to deliver some good news and a check Thursday morning.
A Wyoming woman looking to donate her body to science was surprised to discover a company she was considering had been raided by the FBI.
Two more lawsuits have been filed against Wolverine Worldwide in connection to contaminated wells in the Belmont area.
Some of the questions raised at a PFAS town hall meeting were aimed directly at Wolverine Worldwide, the source of a contamination crisis.
Thieves take the packages right off doorsteps.
Rockford community members are coming together to deal with loss, and are paying tribute to a woman who passed away in the process.
Wolverine Worldwide is now facing six lawsuits by Rockford residents for contaminating their wells and covering it up.
A Kent County Health Official who wrote a letter to Gov. Rick Snyder asking for help with the PFAS contamination is already seeing results.