Police in Ionia say a teen tricked dozens of other juveniles into sending naked photos of themselves by posing as a girl.
With less than a week until they were going to have to shut their doors, Webster House Youth Services announced it will remain open.
After more testing, health officials believe a 15-month-old in Allegan County never had the Measles.
Plans to build a casino on the site of a former racing track in Muskegon County are moving forward.
CityFlatsHotel announced Tuesday it’s expanding into the former Louis Benton Steakhouse building.
Four fire departments responded to a house fire between Cedar Springs and Greenville on Tuesday.
The Grand Rapids City Commission adopted a measure allowing chickens to roost within the city limits starting in May.
Snow and wind made travel difficult in parts of Michigan on Tuesday, forcing officials to shut down the Mackinac Bridge for a time.
City officials received a large check from Consumers Energy for making Grand Rapids more efficient.
Police are investigating a meth lab explosion that caused a small fire at America’s Best Inn in Walker.
A young boy is now staying with another family member while his mother is dealing with charges of endangering the welfare of a minor.
Two people were killed in a crash with an ambulance early Tuesday, and the patient in the ambulance died at the hospital.
LaughFest wants the community’s help to break the world record for the largest number of people wearing paper crowns.
Some are calling for two Lakewood school board members because of evidence showing they support convicted sex offender Chad Curtis.
The sight of an icy Lake Michigan is particularly enchanting — but that ice is dangerous.
The Grand Rapids Police Department honored its officer of the year and civilian employee of the year Monday evening.