A multiple vehicle crash shut down eastbound I-196 in Hudsonville for about two hours on Wednesday.
A cute and cuddly con took two West Michigan residents’ money but never gave them the pets they had fallen in love with.
A Muskegon man is debating what to do with the “‘golden ticket’ of Cheetos” he discovered Wednesday.
U.S. 31 off-ramp is back open after a cement truck tipped over and crashed, sparking an hourslong cleanup effort.
Crews were on scene of a business fire for several hours in Ottawa County Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The wife of a man killed in a crash where the driver left the scene is reacting to the charges brought against the driver.
It wasn’t polar-like temperatures Saturday, but nevertheless, the Polar Plunge in Holland took place to benefit the Special Olympics.
The suspect in an Ottawa County shooting that critically wounded a man has turned himself in.
The West Michigan Regional Dashboard is open to everyone and tracks many areas, including crime, commute and unemployment.
MDOT said it has reprioritized the project for this year because the concrete joints are quickly deteriorating.
Changes are coming to Grand Haven’s well-known Musical Fountain.
Authorities from Ottawa County and Grand Valley State University are teaming up after several sex assault complaints near campus.
A Holland artist who created Bible-based art to support Syrian refugees says he was banned by PayPal because of national security concerns.
The man who police say hit and killed a Zeeland grandmother was charged Wednesday.
LG Chem Michigan Inc. is adding on to its Holland battery facility, creating as many as 150 new jobs.