A new Chick-fil-A location in West Michigan opened its doors to the public Thursday.
As the best winter athletes go head-to-head in PyeongChang, a West Michigan tradition returns to one Kent County neighborhood.
Senate leaders brokered a long-sought budget agreement Wednesday.
Rep. Jim Lower said he was working on the legislation even before the fallout over how Michigan State handled the Larry Nassar case.
The annual sturgeon harvest on Michigan’s Black Lake ended almost as quickly as it began.
A Spectrum Health orthopedic surgeon is suing the health care giant, saying she was fired while she was on leave battling breast cancer.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal sets aside $48 million for the Michigan Indigent Defense Commission.
The man accused of murdering two people in southwest Michigan last summer was in a Kalamazoo courtroom Wednesday.
Dozens of northern Kent County residents hope blood tests might somehow lead to answers in Wolverine Worldwide’s growing PFAS crisis.
While Hollywood has the Olsen twins, West Michigan has the Olson triplets: Ava, Emma and Brayden.
A trooper who was shot two weeks ago says his bulletproof vest most likely saved his life.
The Grand Rapids police chief hopes to get lawmakers on board with passing legislation that would make gun dealers secure their weapons.
A day after Grand Rapids city commissioners failed to find a new city manager, an effort to regroup is being made at city hall.
A 16-year-old found murdered in Kalamazoo was also the victim in a sexual assault case scheduled to go to trial soon, authorities say.
It’s not just PFAS leading to fears around Wolverine Worldwide’s former Belmont dump. Some residents also worry about lead in their wells.