A skimmer was used in the fraud scheme that affected scores of Lake Michigan Credit Union accounts, a source told 24 Hour News 8.
A new highest level of PFAS found in a private well in West Michigan is not next to Wolverine Worldwide’s former House Street dump.
A Grand Rapids woman says a wrong turn led her to Lowell, and a lottery ticket worth $1 million.
A forum designed to let residents ask questions of Plainfield Township water staff and engineers fell short of the public’s expectations.
New tests have found high levels of PFAS, a likely carcinogen, around the North Kent Landfill on 10 Mile Road NE, Kent County said Monday.
Wolverine Worldwide claims the suit was “hastily filed in order to win a class-action race to the courthouse,” according to court documents.
Power has been restored to more than 2,000 people in Kent County after a crash caused an outage Monday morning.
Researchers cite mounting evidence that those tons of sodium chloride crystals are increasing the salinity of hundreds of lakes.
A Lowell-area nonprofit still working to recover after 13 therapy horses were killed in an arson last year is a finalist for a grant.
Walker police say a one person was hospitalized after a fiery wrong-way crash on I-96 Sunday.
Authorities in Kent County say multiple fire departments are responding to a fire at York Creek Apartments.
Wolverine said the whole-house filters it has paid to install around former dump sites are cleaning most of the PFAS from drinking water.
Good news for some drivers who rely on southern Kent County’s 100th Street overpass crossing US-131: One lane will soon be reopening.
The mother of a murdered 4-year-old boy from Kent County now faces a felony charge in connection to the case.
Friday marks the 40th anniversary of one of the biggest blizzards to hit Michigan in recent history.