The warm weather Michigan has been experiencing lately is threatening syrup production, shorting the season and cutting sweetness.
Michigan State Police will be cracking down on drivers who use the left lane on the highway for general travel.
An executive for Dave & Buster’s is coming to the Kentwood restaurant to address a a dress policy that affected American Legion riders.
A wrong-way driver involved in a deadly US-131 crash traveled south in the northbound lanes for 2.5 miles before the crash, police say.
A second Cascade Township firefighter has been charged for an alleged sexual relationship with a teen girl.
Bakeries across West Michigan are prepared for a busy day of making paczki for Fat Tuesday.
Business leaders in the Gaslight Village in East Grand Rapids are hoping their new ideas can prevent more store owners from closing up shop.
While they’re relatively unusual, dozens of people crash each year while going the wrong way on Michigan freeways.
Two men were asked to turn their American Legion Riders vests inside out at a Dave & Buster’s restaurant in metro Grand Rapids.
Two of three suspects accused in a phone call fraud scheme to illegally obtain prescription drugs are going to trial.
A hotel aimed at providing patients and their families a home away from home is about to take shape at Metro Health Village in Wyoming.
The properties include a small lot along the Thornapple River in Kent County’s Cascade Township.
Michigan State Police have identified the woman who caused a deadly crash while driving the wrong way on US-131 Thursday.
The driver killed after a wrong-way driver crashed into his vehicle on US-131 in Kent County Thursday has been identified by his fiancée.
Three alleged burglars who led police on chase that spanned two counties are facing charges.