Army veteran Daniel Farber unlocked the door to Room 3 at the Patriot House — his first real home in months.
Two people were injured and a dog was killed in a fire at a Muskegon home on Wednesday.
It was a sure-fire case of too much to do, too little time.
With four days until the election, local elections officials released absentee voting numbers Friday.
Authorities say students were boarding the bus when it was hit.
Upset residents flooded a meeting to tell the Blue Lake Township Planning Commission they don’t want a proposed firearms training academy.
A good Samaritan has offered to fly five Kent City students from the marching band state championship to a district final football game.
Several Kent City football players are faced with a tough choice: Compete in the district title game or the band’s state championship.
Norton Shores police say a man fell in to a pond while doing yard work Tuesday and drowned.
A Muskegon Heights man accused of putting his infant son in a scalding bath is facing a felony charge.
If approved, the facility would include a shooting tower, ranges and areas for combat handgun and gun fighting from a vehicle training.
The man who has been serving as Muskegon Heights’ police chief on an interim basis all year has been chosen to take the job permanently.
One of the two clerks ordered into a cooler during the robbery said the suspect was foul-smelling.
The state says the financial emergency in the Muskegon Heights School District has been resolved after several years of state oversight.
Affordable Care Act and private insurance premiums are expected to increase. So what can consumers expect?