Take the Preliminaries Test to see if you could have qualified for the semi-finals of the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The blacklegged tick is known for carrying Lyme disease, and its presence is rapidly growing in West Michigan.
The man accused of driving drunk when he caused a deadly crash Saturday made his first appearance in court Tuesday.
Court documents and emails give a new look at the lawsuit of a former Ottawa County deputy who claims he was fired because he planed to run …
A Lakeview man accused of driving drunk and causing a deadly crash along I-196 is expected to be arraigned Tuesday.
Despite a rainy Memorial Day, dozens of parades took place all across West Michigan.
If your Memorial Day weekend plans include boating on the Great Lakes, be prepared for a visit from the U.S. Coast Guard.
A case of election fraud has the attention of the Michigan Supreme Court.
A man parked on the shoulder of I-196 with a flat tire was killed Saturday afternoon when his vehicle was hit by an alleged drunk driver.
State parks are getting ready for Memorial Day weekend crowds.
It took 64 years, but Al Steenwyk finally walked in a high school graduation ceremony on Thursday.
The United States Coast Guard kicked off National Safe Boating Week with the release of its boating safety app.
Three peregrine falcon chicks were banded at the Consumers Energy J.H. Campbell Generating Complex Thursday morning.
A two vehicle rollover crash shut down southbound US-31 at Riley Street in Holland Township Wednesday morning.
The fire chief in Crockery Township said it is yet to be seen how Monday’s electric shock incident will impact the small department.
Ottawa County authorities say a man accidentally set himself on fire on Tuesday afternoon.