The appeals court said there’s no way Trent Humphreys-McPherson didn’t realize that his actions would seriously hurt or kill the victim.
A 22-year-old has been charged with a felony after he allegedly put pieces of metal into bread at a bakery in Norton Shores.
A couple who paid to have a handicapped-accessible shower installed in their home is still waiting to use it.
A man wanted in connection to an attempt homicide in Muskegon Heights was arrested Tuesday.
The defense team for suspected serial killer Jeffrey Willis is appealing a judge’s decision to not dismiss a murder case against him.
One out of every five West Michigan children are affected by hunger, according to the nonprofit.
Roughly one out of every five vehicles riding Michigan’s roads has a recall that’s gone unrepaired, according to Carfax.
A former Muskegon-area school secretary will serve prison time for sexually abusing a male student.
Muskegon County Silent Observer’s new software is helping improve the quality of tips it receives.
At Muskegon Community College on Monday, officers and lawyers discussed what you should do when you are stopped by police.
The Muskegon County prosecutor says the search for an Oakridge High School student and the gun he allegedly brought to school is over.
Firefighters worked for hours to extinguish a massive fire at a business in Muskegon Wednesday morning.
Spring isn’t here yet, but West Michigan will be greening up early, as several cities celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with free parades.
An appeals court won’t upset a 6 1/2-year prison sentence for a woman who stole nearly $2 million from a western Michigan credit union.
A “dark web” drug dealer from Norton Shores was sentenced to federal prison Thursday, authorities say.