Police say a vehicle exceeded 100 miles per hour prior to a deadly crash in Norton Shores.
The rebel banner will be removed Friday in a state where such a reversal seemed unthinkable a month ago.
Holland Farmers Market vendors are concerned about plans to renovate the Holland Civic Center and surrounding property.
A pilot says a strong gust of wind caused him to lose control of his helicopter and crash into a tree southeast of Grand Rapids.
A man died following an accidental fall at Profile Industrial Packaging in Walker on Wednesday morning.
Western Michigan University is honoring a late president by naming a building after him.
A decaying culvert means the one road in and out of a Fruitport Township neighborhood has been shut down.
Authorities are warning of a possible contractor scheme that may have been perpetrated by a group of Irish travelers.
The Plainfield Township supervisor has been ordered to pay over half a million dollars in damages.
More than six months after 193 vehicles were involved pileups on I-94 west of Battle Creek, state officials are still cleaning up.
Chick-fil-A is planning to open its first West Michigan store in Holland, 24 Hour News 8 has confirmed.
It’s not an uncommon thing for beaches in West Michigan to be shut down due to high levels of E. coli.
Starting Wednesday, drivers will have to take a detour around a section of 52nd Street that is closed for resurfacing.
Local officials are working to preserve historic structures amid a $2.1 million repair job on the Grand Haven South Pier.
A computer glitch has caused a millage not to be printed on all of the City of Wyoming 2015 summer property tax bills mailed to residents.
The Habitat for Humanity of Kent County has met its goal for its campaign focused on revitalizing the west side of Grand Rapids.