A missing Holland man was found dead by police on Saturday.
Deputies say a standoff in Ottawa County ended peacefully, and the suspect is in custody.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance locating a missing West Michigan man.
Doctors at Spectrum Health are urging people who are experiencing flu-like symptoms to use a video visit.
The city of Coopersville is getting $2.1 million from the federal government to upgrade its water infrastructure.
A popular corn dog stand in Grand Haven has opened early for their winter weekend.
People across Michigan reported seeing a bright flash in the sky Tuesday evening.
A survivor of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing says her memory of the Ku Klux Klan attack nearly 55 years ago is still fresh.
Officials predict Lake Michigan and Lake Huron’s water levels will increase 4 to 6 inches overall this year.
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and there are several events happening in West Michigan to commemorate the day.
The family of Johnathan Herlein hopes a driver investigators are still looking for will help them understand his tragic death.
A Michigan commission is working to improve state standards for defending the poor, but the $87 million bill to do so could be problematic.
Unusual warmth caused piles of snow in the Holland area to melt, leading to flooding along one area road Thursday afternoon.
After the lakeshore was pummeled with record-breaking lake-effect snow in recent weeks, the January thaw has caused new problems.
After four days of thaw, the Arctic air is once again going to swing back into West Michigan starting Thursday night.