The Ottawa County Cold Case Team has taken on the investigation into the death of Janna Kelly.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation has awarded improvement grants to five Michigan communities.
Experts say engineering isn’t the problem with the West Michigan roads that saw the most crashes last winter — drivers were.
Grand Valley State University campus police are investigating a sexual assault that happened near campus last month.
The U.S. Postal Service will open some of its offices on Sundays this holiday season.
Six Holland Museum employees have been laid off and more have had their hours cut in a last-ditch effort to keep the museum open.
A driver was ejected from his car and seriously injured after his seat belt tore during a Friday crash.
About 50 people protested the misdemeanor charge against a woman who was involved in a crash that left a teen dead.
MDOT has approved a project it hopes will reduce the number of crashes involving semi-trucks on a stretch of M-40 in Holland.
Emergency crews rescued a man who was pinned in his vehicle following a crash between a car and a salt truck.
A Holland man accused of stabbing another man last Sunday has been arrested, according to Ottawa County sheriff’s Capt. Mark Bennett.
Holland police say they have arrested the man who offered to clear the snow off a 72-year-old woman’s SUV and then stole it instead.
The driver who hit and killed a 15-year-old who was crossing the street pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge.
A road construction project that is running behind may be finished next weekend — but if it’s not, it could be months before it’s done.
There was some damage to police property at a Kalamazoo rally to protest the Ferguson case.
Colleen Willey looked sadly at the 1993 Honda she loves and murmured, “Sorry, car. You exist. I know you exist.”