A Michigan senator’s open letter to the late Rep. John Kivela is making its way across social media.
A 10-year veteran of the Norton Shores Police Department is dead after his cruiser crashed into a tree Wednesday morning.
Kalamazoo public safety officers are investigating a stabbing that sent a man to the hospital.
Newly released rankings by Medscape could be a boon to Medical Mile.
With the Fifth Third River Bank Run comes plenty of road closures and restrictions on Friday and Saturday.
The Fifth Third River Bank Run will take over downtown Grand Rapids for the 40th consecutive year on Saturday.
Police confirm the victim is an 18-year-old woman.
“If the jury would have actually heard what was said, I would have never lost my children,” a Mecosta County father told lawmakers.
When it comes to a mental health crisis, it can be hard to recognize when it is time to take action.
Two medical responders who are normally helping others have found themselves the victims after a fire destroyed two homes in Rockford.
Hundreds gathered at Ferris State University on Tuesday to honor police officers who died in the line of duty.
Grand Rapids is moving forward with a controversial plan to use automated license plate readers to help with parking enforcement.
Getting fired can affect people’s mood for longer than getting a divorce, a recent review found.
A West Michigan family got an unexpected surprise Tuesday morning on NBC’s “Today” show.
A doctor who already has a suspended medical license was again penalized by the state after new allegations were filed against him.