Students brought their concerns regarding the handling of sexual assault complaints on campus to GVSU officials.
Local firefighters will throw on their heavy turnout gear on Saturday – but not to fight a fire.
A meat processing plant in Ottawa County has been fined thousands of dollars after a worker died on the job.
Voter turnout was lower in several West Michigan counties Tuesday than it was in the 2010 general election.
A wrong way driver was hospitalized after he hit an oncoming vehicle head-on.
Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga has won a third term, defeating Democratic challenger Dean Vanderstelt in Michigan’s 2nd District.
Police have not yet finished their investigation, but a lawsuit claims that a Holland-area man killed his daughter and then himself.
A handful of precincts had problems Tuesday morning with registered voter lists, including precincts in Norton Shores and Holland.
A youth minister at two parishes in West Michigan has been arrested and charged with criminal sexual conduct with a young person.
Police are trying to locate a hit-and-run driver who injured a bicyclist Monday morning.
The votes are in and they’re starting to be tallied.
A man was killed in a work-related accident at a dairy in Coopersville Saturday night.
A chain reaction crash closed a portion of northbound US-31 in Holland Township for about two hours Friday morning.
Five days before the election, the Grand Rapids city clerk found one indication that interest is growing.
The Holland community unveiled two commissioned art pieces on Thursday that are now a part of the Unity Bridge.
A recent GVSU graduate was stabbed to death by her roommate before he had sex with her body and attacked another victim, police say.