A new law makes it illegal to post sexually explicit videos or photos to coerce, threaten or intimidate the person who’s depicted.
Bills that would create tougher penalties for day care providers if children die in their care are headed to the floor of the state House.
A Barry County man incarcerated for sexually assaulting teens will serve at least five more years for a scam he helped run from prison.
The mayor is troubled by an attempt to get the city to pay the legal costs of the emergency manager who had a role in the water crisis.
The question before residents on May 3 will be whether the Village of Richland should remain or become part of Richland Township.
A state psychiatric exam found that Jason Dalton is competent to stand trial — but that does not preclude an insanity defense.
The Grand Rapids Griffins beat the Milwaukee Admirals Tuesday night to sweep their first-round series in the Calder Cup Playoffs.
The Human Trafficking Commission has been active for a year with the goal of improving victim’s lives and curbing the crime.
Concrete is crumbling on a stretch of M-6, south of Grand Rapids, just a dozen years after the $700 million highway opened.
A woman who said her husband wanted to return to a party when he jumped out of their moving pickup truck and died.
A Wyoming man accused of performing a sex act on himself in front of two teenage girls may spend the rest of his life in prison.
Seven of eight relatives who were killed in their southern Ohio homes had been shot multiple times, including one who was shot nine times.
If your contractor stiffs his subcontractors and suppliers, they could take legal action against you to get their payment.
Federal agencies plan to spend $57.3 million this year on preventing invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.
The city commission voted unanimously to approve plans for $140 million project Tuesday.