If this November seems unusual to you, you’re on to something.
A Muskegon Heights man accused of killing four women has agreed to go directly to trial in circuit court.
Muskegon County has agreed to pay a former jail inmate who sued, saying he was denied medical care.
The snow is expected to stop by Friday morning.
An early winter storm blasted West Michigan leaving behind more than a foot of snow in some areas.
Winter had Michigan firmly in its grip in mid-November — a pattern expected to continue for several days.
An early snowstorm blanketed West Michigan in several inches of snow between Nov. 15 and Nov. 16, 2014.
The longtime Norton Shores Police chief celebrated his last day on the job Friday.
Football fans have stepped up to help Mona Shores High School remove snow from their stadium before Friday night’s regional game.
The first blast of wintry weather was a reminder to put good snow- and ice-driving habits back into practice.
The teen facing murder charges in the death of her baby had killed the infant almost a month before her body was found, court documents say.
An eighth grader had to undergo surgery after he was hit by a car Wednesday morning.
The Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids is quadrupling the amount of money it provides in tuition grants for Catholic schools.
The 17-year-old mother of a baby whose body was discovered in Muskegon Monday has been arrested.
Documents show how a man suspected of 1989 homicides was allowed to leave prison, only to allegedly kill two more women.
A former Cadet leader at a Muskegon church has been accused of sexually assaulting young boys back in the 1970s and early 1980s.