It’s that time of year to enjoy a little scare, and haunted attractions are popping up all over West Michigan.
Authorities have positively identified the human remains found in a wooded area near Kentwood.
A pilot program is testing new rear safety lights aimed at stopping drivers from passing stopped school buses.
Firefighters saved two lives after a grease fire broke out at a Cutlerville apartment.
The cost of next year’s projects is higher than anticipated, so the city commission has been asked to come up with more money.
Phone scammers pretending to be from the Internal Revenue Service are once again making their rounds in West Michigan.
The state on Monday announced it has suspended the licenses of two West Michigan child care centers.
The state of Michigan and Hewlett-Packard are disagreeing about a $40 million computer program that is years past-due.
The Republican presidential candidate said during a stop in Kent County that he doesn’t see any reason to drop out of the race.
Several fire engines were called to a fire that destroyed Guevera Auto Repair in Grand Rapids.
There were few clues at the scene where the remains were found, but investigators did find a Speedy Rewards card.
The ramps connecting southbound US-131 to both directions of M-6 in Byron Township have reopened following a semi-truck crash.
Eastbound I-96 after Fruit Ridge Avenue has reopened after a semi-truck fire, according to MDOT.
Target 8 found enforcement and honor are sometimes in short supply on the Silver Line, costing The Rapid and taxpayers money.
Kent County’s Silent Observer put out a wanted poster on Facebook with the pictures of 24 suspects of domestic violence.