A man accused as an accessory in the kidnapping and murder of Jessica Heeringa could be a step closer to freedom.
It’s that time of the year: Emergency siren tests across West Michigan counties are starting up again.
Muskegon Heights’ police chief believes the city’s declining crime rates are a clear sign of its new direction.
Empty the Shelters day is returning to find more than 2,000 pets forever homes by waiving adoption fees for cats and dogs.
Dozens of Easter egg hunts are happening this year. Find one near you here.
At South Haven on Thursday afternoon, sustained north-northwest winds of 30 mph contributed to eight-foot waves with 30-foot spray.
The Salvation Army of Muskegon is helping residents struggling with energy payments.
While Michigan State Police say the overall crime rate fell 20 percent from 2015 to 2016, residents are skeptical to praise the progress.
A Montague High School teacher has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for an alleged sexual relationship with a student.
The Ionia County prosecutor says an inmate will not face charges for the fight that led to the death of another inmate from Muskegon.
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.