The state fined nursing homes more than $1 million in the last three years in death cases. But Target 8 found huge disparities in the fines.
The Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids is quadrupling the amount of money it provides in tuition grants for Catholic schools.
A deer has been freed after going at least six days with a plastic pumpkin pail stuck on its head — presumably unable to eat or drink.
Ralph Hauenstein, 102, recalls the role he played during World War II as an intelligence officer in the European Theater.
God’s Kitchen in Battle Creek has launched its annual holiday fundraising campaign.
The body of a missing 28-year-old who missed a court date has been found.
At age 68, Dora Coburn wasn’t expected to stay much longer at Tendercare of Westwood nursing home — maybe two more weeks.
Federal officials say two national forests in Michigan are selling vehicles and equipment through an online auction this week.
Students and staff at St. Philip Catholic Central High School are mourning the loss of its principal who died unexpectedly.
The headlining artists for the 2015 Gilda’s LaughFest were announced Tuesday morning.
Alfred Vincent’s medical guardian says he died before his time only because of the nursing home that neglected him to death.
A stretch of M-89 in Plainwell has reopened following an early morning fire at a used furniture and home decor shop.
Mistakes at Michigan nursing homes have killed or contributed to the deaths of 112 residents in the last three years.
Global Trade Magazine has named Grand Rapids one of the top 10 emerging cities for global trade.
A man convicted of weapons charges in connection to the death of Kalamazoo 13-year-old has been sentenced.
A lawsuit was filed against GRPS claiming the district violated federal law with how it handled sex allegations against one of its teachers.