People around the globe will come together Monday to recognize World AIDS Day.
Police are investigating after a woman was shot in Muskegon Heights early Wednesday morning.
A Fruitport Township police officer has lost his job after being arrested on a drunk driving charge.
Colleen Willey looked sadly at the 1993 Honda she loves and murmured, “Sorry, car. You exist. I know you exist.”
Winter’s return to West Michigan was marked by strong winds Monday.
A mother and daughter accused of shoplifting more than $1,500 in baby formula from two stores allegedly admitted to the thefts.
A problem at some Norton Shores polling places on Nov. 4 may result in an upgrade to Michigan Secretary of State technology.
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.