A 7-month-old has died after paramedics tried to resuscitate the infant Saturday night.
Traffic stops by Kalamazoo police are down in the six months since the release of a study that found officers were more than two times as likely to stop black motorists as they were to stop white motorists.
A Battle Creek was been arrested after police allegedly found cocaine and marijuana in his home Sunday morning.
Deputies found meth labs and a loaded firearm inside of a home with a child inside Saturday morning.
Deputies are investigating after finding a meth lab in a vehicle Friday night.
The coldest air of this winter season has arrived in West Michigan.
A Rite Aid employee refused the demands of an attempted robber, who was eventually arrested near the scene.
The residence sustained significant damage.
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The bar’s owner is threatening to stop investing in downtown after the city and state accused the Wild Bull of violating liquor control laws.
The criminal sexual conduct charges against an Albion doctor were dropped Tuesday.
Battle Creek has installed an interim police chief as city officials seek someone to permanently fill the post.
Elections are occurring in eight West Michigan counties, and seven of the races are school millage requests.
A judge has dismissed charges against a Kalamazoo man who spent 10 hours inside an oil pipeline under construction in southern Michigan.
Teleka Patrick, a 30-year-old doctor in residency at Western Michigan University, disappeared Dec. 5, 2013.
The December 2013 shooting of a man by a Portage police officer has been ruled justified.