Across West Michigan, there’s a heightened interest in testing for lead as the city of Flint deals with contaminated drinking water.
Some tree pollen has already begun to spread, but warm, dry weather over the next week will foster high pollen counts.
A Muskegon County funeral director accused of empty-box burials has pleaded guilty to drunken driving.
The state House and Senate have passed bills with unanimous support from both sides of the aisle to criminalize “revenge porn.”
One of seven alleged predators caught on tape by a vigilante will plead guilty to attempting to accost a minor for immoral purposes.
Thursday was a big day for an employee of the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s Office.
The Michigan Secretary of State has shut down nine unlicensed auto repair shops across the state, including four in West Michigan.
The Michigan Senate overwhelmingly has approved a package of bills to overhaul the state’s domestic violence laws.
Two men who were arrested after allegedly targeting Amway as part of a scheme to steal iPhones have been indicted on federal charges.
The Grand Rapids Symphony collaborates with Spectrum Health to make music accessible to all with the 32nd annual “Access to Music” event.
The 14-year-old driver who authorities say crashed an SUV last year, killing his 10-year-old passenger, was in court on Thursday.
Lake Avenue in Grand Haven has reopened after being closed while crews worked to repair a gas leak.
Inky the octopus waited until it was dark and the staff had gone home from the National Aquarium of New Zealand before making his move.
At least two people were killed and 45 injured by a magnitude-6.5 earthquake that hit southern Japan on Thursday night.
Two men were arrested after allegedly robbing a marijuana dealer at gunpoint in Battle Creek.