Authorities have identified the man found shot to death Saturday morning behind an abandoned house in Muskegon Heights.
More than 100,000 bikers on some 75,000 motorcycles are expected to descend on the Muskegon area for two separate events.
The one road in and out of a neighborhood that had been shut down due to a decaying culvert has been fixed and reopened.
An EF-0 tornado touched down in southeast Kent County early Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Police say a vehicle exceeded 100 miles per hour prior to a deadly crash in Norton Shores.
A decaying culvert means the one road in and out of a Fruitport Township neighborhood has been shut down.
The woman who ran a so-called animal rescue that was shut down after it became infested with rats faces a felony charge.
The woman shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire was part of a plot to commit a robbery at the time, according to court records.
A man has been charged with murder in connection to the Muskegon Heights shooting last week that left one woman dead.
Norton Shores police are asking for the public’s help to identify the man who broke into a bakery on the Fourth of July.
While fireworks filled the sky over West Michigan over 4th of July weekend, that’s not the reason for a haze that’s settled over the area.
The desks, pianos and playground equipment that hundreds of Muskegon Heights children once enjoyed are now for sale.
A mother of four died Wednesday night from critical injuries she suffered following a shooting in Muskegon Heights on Tuesday.
Police in Norton Shores are asking for the public’s help with information on a string of recent vandalism to vehicles.
It has been one year since Rebekah Bletsch died along the side of a rural Muskegon County road.
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