A 72-year-old man was killed when a large tree fell onto his Grand Haven home, authorities say.
Thousands of homes and businesses in Michigan were still without power early Monday morning after Friday’s deadly storms.
The approval of funds for parking structure also cemented the promise of a new movie theater in downtown Holland.
All westbound lanes of I-96 near Marne have reopened after crews cleaned up a a rolled over camper trailer.
Long-awaited repairs to M-6 may mean temporary changes to how ambulances handle nearby medical emergencies.
Police are working with prosecutors to press charges against people involved in the fights that broke out on Grand Haven’s beach.
A man who was a leader in the Georgetown Township government for more than a decade has died.
A Spectrum Health administrator says Kaivon Eskew, 15, has been upgraded from critical condition to serious condition.
The final free moving screening date has been set for Sept. 14.
A Zeeland business building has been evacuated as crews respond to a fire there, according to Ottawa County dispatchers.
A teenager is recovering a Jet Ski collision on Spring Lake during the Fourth of July.
Celebrations were scheduled all over West Michigan in observation of Independence Day, with one big fireworks show in Grand Haven.
Grand Haven State Park increased security ahead of its Fourth of July fireworks on Tuesday, the day after a beach brawl shut down the park.
Police cleared the park Monday night after 200 to 300 people on the beach became unruly and some started fighting.
Sen. Debbie Stabenow visited Grand Haven Monday to join the “All Hands On Deck” push to protect the Great Lakes.