The Lake Express high-speed ferry which connects Michigan and Wisconsin kicks off its 13th season Friday morning.
The Muskegon Heights Police Department is bringing back baseball to a city in desperate need of more opportunities for kids.
A Muskegon County employee who allegedly requested sexually explicit pictures of a co-worker’s young children has agreed to a plea deal.
One of the suspects wanted in connection to a homicide outside a Muskegon party store was arraigned after being extradited to Michigan.
Muskegon Heights announced its plans to re-launch its little league baseball program.
Tuesday marks three years since the beginning of a mystery that still haunts West Michigan: the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa.
With the generous donation of area businesses within Muskegon, the “be nice.” initiative plans to expand.
Norton Shores police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles and keep valuables out of sight after a series of thefts.
The nine-story medical center was designed around patient experience, Mercy Health said.
When it comes to a deal, many West Michiganders are willing to wait.
The father of a man who was shot outside a Muskegon party store said he is relieved both of the suspects in his son’s murder are in custody.
17-year-old Devon Kitchen prompted changes to make an area known for violence and poverty known for something else.
After spending several months inside prison, 18 inhabitants are free and onto the next chapter of their lives.
Authorities say a woman embezzled more than $200,000 from the private school in Norton Shores where she kept the books.
Muskegon County deputies are investigating an attempted abduction Saturday.
After nearly 70 years in operation, a West Michigan power plant has shut down for the final time.
A settlement has been reached in the death of an inmate who died after an altercation in the Muskegon County Jail.
Essie Grissom is too numb to be angry. She can’t understand the violence that claimed the life of her grandson.
A Muskegon County funeral director accused of empty-box burials has pleaded guilty to drunken driving.
The Michigan Secretary of State has shut down nine unlicensed auto repair shops across the state, including four in West Michigan.