The now-closed Fremont plant that turned food scraps into green energy faces a lawsuit claiming it owes its builder nearly $5 million.
Experts say gas prices for the holiday weekend are expected to be the cheapest in several years.
Police say they are treating the case of a woman found dead in a wooded area in Walker as a homicide.
Nearly two dozen students from Grand Rapids Public Schools are competing to have their energy-related work displayed during ArtPrize.
While some departments struggle to attract minority candidates, KDPS has taken a different approach that helps to increase diversity.
Ottawa County authorities say a man accidentally set himself on fire on Tuesday afternoon.
After more than five years, a man has been convicted of a 2009 Grand Rapids murder.
The man who drove off after hitting a 4-year-old who was sledding in Grand Rapids will spend time in jail.
A man and his family used almost $187 million it collected for cancer patients to spend on themselves, federal officials alleged.
A deadly shootout involving rival motorcycle gangs apparently began with a parking dispute and someone running over a gang member’s foot.
Road construction has started this week around Founders Brewing Company.
Honda, Toyota and nine other automakers have recalled 17 million vehicles in the U.S. and more than 36 million worldwide due to the recall.
A second West Michigan school has been marked with graffiti this week.
Local governments in Michigan are closer to facing a prohibition on setting local minimum wages or other requirements for employers.
Brownies, doughnuts and other sweets could be part of school bake sales again under legislation headed to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk.
A new report released Tuesday shows Michigan’s rural roads are among the worst in the country.