Temperatures topped out at just 71 degrees Wednesday, the coldest high temperature ever recorded on July 16 in Grand Rapids.
The President of DTE Gas says his company is prepared to handle harsh weather should West Michigan get a repeat of last winter.
Lamar Construction's landlord has filed to evict the bankrupt company from its eye-catching corporate headquarters.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office says it's having trouble figuring out where some stolen property came from.
A Kent County judge has decided a man who allegedly broke into a woman's hotel room and attacked her is not competent to stand trial.
Muskegon Heights leaders and residents made their message clear during a Wednesday community meeting: Start snitching and stop crime.
Four private food service employees have been fired after inappropriate sexual activities with prisoners at a state prison in Ionia.
Just days after his daughter's death, a man asked strangers on the Internet for a photo of their daughter without breathing tubes and tape.
A man who served as a Kent County assistant prosecutor for more than 20 years is accused of kissing and touching a woman against her will.
A Grand Rapids hospital is now using germ-fighting robots to decrease health care-associated infections.
A homicide investigation is underway after Wyoming police officers found the body of Charles Gerard Oppenneer on Wednesday.
Muskegon County's sheriff has admitted to making withdrawals from the account of a charity golf outing but said they were inadvertent.
The state says Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.5 percent in the latest month.
Battle Creek officially has a new leader at the helm of its police department.
A 25-year-old man could face a child abuse charge after a newborn in his care suffered what police called “serious trauma to the head.”
Gov. Rick Snyder has called for the lowering of U.S. flags at state buildings Friday through Sunday in memory of former Lt. Gov. Connie Bins…