Grand Rapids city officials now have a plan to deal with old, potentially dangerous trees hanging over homes, streets and park land.
Marilyn Schlack, 81, has been president of the college since 1982 and with the school since 1974.
Silent Observer is looking to identify a man caught peering into women’s restroom stall at a Grandville business.
A Battle Creek man was sentenced to jail time Tuesday for severely beating his wife to death in 2015.
Police are investigating a pair of armed robberies from Monday and Tuesday in Emmett Township.
ArtPrize Nine is still days away, but the Grand Rapids Art Museum is giving a sneak peek of its exhibition for this year’s competition.
After the decision was announced, a state board dropped a proposal to potentially force the dispensaries to shut down later this week.
The Army National Guard’s slogan, “Always ready, always there”, was only partially true for the 1,000 Michigan soldiers that mobilized.
Legislation moving forward in Michigan’s Legislature would continue the state’s 0.08 blood-alcohol limit for drunken driving until 2023.
Republicans are leaving Congress in growing numbers, as GOP control fails to produce the unity or legislative successes party leaders want.
Kid Rock may have more to say about his political future while performing in the opening concert at Detroit’s new sports arena.
A nuclear reactor in southwestern Michigan is being shut down for refueling and maintenance.
North Korea will be feeling the pain of new United Nations sanctions targeting some of its biggest remaining foreign revenue streams.
Two people have been arrested in connection to a stabbing in Dowagiac.
Fonda and Tomlin will be in Michigan advocating for and raising money for a 2018 ballot initiative to increase the state’s minimum wage.