The deployment will be the largest of American manpower under Donald Trump’s young presidency.
Two people were hospitalized and 12 more treated on scene after a deck collapsed at a venue at a park, Ottawa County authorities say.
The University of Michigan will offer four years of free tuition for in-state students whose families make less than $65,000 annually.
It’s been a year and a half since Ottawa County implemented an expensive data management system for police and it still doesn’t work right.
A semi-truck rolled over in Ionia Thursday afternoon, spilling a haul of steel on the side of the road.
The woman killed near Hastings called 911 days before her murder, but police never responded. Now state police are apologizing.
Muskegon County Airport says it could see a record number of passengers in July.
The death of Comstock Township Fire Chief Edward Switalski highlights the dangers first responders face when responding to calls.
A man who allegedly stole checks from the mail and then changed them to steal money has been indicted on eight federal criminal counts.
The drug that sickened a detective at the Kent County Sheriff’s Department last month was heroin mixed with Benadryl.
Two people were injured after the septic tank truck they were in rolled over on Thursday.
Authorities say a teen damaged a police cruiser while trying to get away after he and a woman were found squatting east of Paw Paw.
The Republican-led Michigan legislature has narrowly voted to coax more newly hired teachers into a 401(k)-style retirement plan.
The man charged with abusing to death his girlfriend’s son broke down in tears as he learned he faces life in prison.
A longtime employee of Hartford Township is facing charges for allegedly taking up to $100,000 from the township over several years.