A suspect in a recent felony was arrested in a traffic stop on Grand Rapids’ southeast side Thursday.
Tests on evidence from the scene of Rebekah Bletsch’s murder and Jeffrey Willis’ minivan was the focus of the trial Thursday.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help to track down the people responsible for a slew of armed robberies in the Battle Creek area.
A Berrien County doctor pleaded no contest Thursday to 10 felony counts relating to diverting opioids and health care fraud.
“When I get down, I just look at what God has given, the people he’s put in my life,” Janet Kidder said.
A man charged with holding a woman hostage and stabbing her outside a Walker grocery store received jail time Thursday.
A 29-year-old Middleville woman appeared in court Thursday in connection to a hit-and-run death of a bicyclist in June.
The last of four men convicted of federal crimes for sex trafficking teen girls in Battle Creek last year has been sentenced.
The goal of the Civility Project is not to change the conversation, but rather the way it plays out.
It’s been a dramatic two days since the husband of a missing Portage teacher was found dead in his home from an apparent suicide.
Dozens of local agencies and organizations are participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday.
A historic preservation commission says Kalamazoo should keep a display that some say celebrates the forced removal of Native Americans.
A bill that supporters say would lower auto insurance rates moved out of a House Committee Thursday.
Monarch butterflies should mostly be in Texas by now making their way to Mexico for the winter, but clusters are being seen in Canada.
President Donald Trump’s plan to declare the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency won’t bring new dollars.