A man forced his way into a home in Battle Creek and fled the scene on a bike.
A man refused to stop when police tried to pull him over in Dowagiac Tuesday night.
Their stories are enough to keep you up at night. Amerriel Cegers trusted a nursing home with her mother’s care, as did Patricia Slomski.
Police have identified the driver who may died hours before he was found following a crash in Plainfield Township.
American Medical Response is offering free, hands-only CPR training for the first time in West Michigan.
Staffing levels and much more, like detailed descriptions of what the state found in random inspections, can be found online.
The Grand Rapids Public Library is cutting positions again, but at the same time, the library's director recently received a pay raise.
Grand Rapids police are investigating claims that a substitute teacher assaulted two first-grade students.
Construction is underway on a new Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville.
A 49-year-old a Detroit foster home worker returns to court May 30 for her role in the videotaped beating of a disabled woman.
A Hesperia teacher is on paid administrative leave and under investigation by the Newaygo County Sheriff's Office.
Detroit's bankruptcy now seems to hinge at least partially on what the state legislature decides regarding money.
Authorities have confirmed the body found at a Walker construction site is that of Berta Yolanda Reyes.
The man who lived in a Hudsonville home where two of his friends died of heroin overdoses will not face charges.
It sounds like a no-brainer: Many of us often communicate by texting, so why not during an emergency?
The man who killed a 4-year-old boy on a reservation in 2012 is asking for a sentence five years under the maximum in his plea deal.