One person was critically injured following a crash on southbound US-131 in Kent County Thursday.
At Elizabeth’s Kitchen on 28th Street near US-131 in Wyoming, cockroaches were winning the pest control war.
Authorities are working to find out who was behind hate messages that were spray-painted outside Forest Hills Central High School.
The former Rockford rowing coach who recorded teen girls while they changed their clothes is headed to a federal prison.
Jamarion Lawhorn, Kent County’s youngest killer, is now getting regular visits and calls from his mom.
Consumers Energy says power has been restored to several hundred Consumers Energy customers in the Wyoming area.
Firefighters are still working to determine what caused a fire at the Padnos recycling center in Wyoming on Tuesday evening.
The U.S. Attorney General’s Office’s new attitude on drug crimes calls for a return to the policies of the so-called “war on drugs.”
The Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan is hosting a panel to discuss a TV program that some have argued romanticizes suicide.
Under Oriental Asian Buffet is a history of critical violations, but a history that ends in 2012. There is nothing for the last five years.
The man behind a gas pump skimming and identity theft scheme with victims in six states, including Michigan, is headed to a federal prison.
Effective March 14, 2017 a new law established for the military service members who served at Camp Lejeune.
The search for a missing 84-year-old man is over, Kent County dispatchers confirmed Tuesday morning.
The buffet at Oriental Asian Buffet is a big draw, with steam tables offering up everything from frog legs to salmon to crab rangoons.
Lansing native Dick Thelen, 90, spoke to a crowd after a showing of the documentary, “The USS Indianapolis: The Legacy.”