A northern Michigan sheriff says a three-term state lawmaker has died in a motorcycle accident.
Battle Creek police are looking for whoever who shot a man multiple times Monday evening.
A bill being considered before the Michigan legislature could lead to big changes for those who get busted for underage drinking.
Most of the waste processing at the Lowell biodigester has been suspended as officials work to eliminate a foul odor.
The Senate voted to move forward Monday on a $10 billion water projects bill that includes $220 million in emergency funding for Flint.
An appeals court has ruled in favor of Gov. Rick Snyder in a challenge to Michigan’s emergency manager law, which was passed by Republicans.
Is it offensive, realistic or just a play on a political slogan?
Police in Wyoming are asking for the public’s help to find the knife-wielding man who robbed a thrift shop late Monday afternoon.
A financial consulting group spelled out how Montcalm County’s finances became such a mess and where cuts will have to be made.
The Grand Rapids Police Department is teaming up with city officials to attract new recruits with two-fold package.
John Ball Zoo and the Grand Rapids Public Museum launched their “Yes! Zoo and Museum” campaign to encourage voters to approve a new millage.
The next time you’re waiting for your flight at Ford Airport without anything to do, you can take advantage of a new library.
Three men were hurt Monday when they fell more than 30 feet at a construction site in Coopersville.
Police have determined that a father killed outside the Hookah Lounge of Holland wasn’t the only shooting victim.
A section of southbound US-131 was closed for hours Monday after a crash involving three semi-trucks and an SUV.