A former Fruitport Township police officer has admitted to driving drunk with his infant son in the car.
The Allegan County Sheriff’s Office Dive and Rescue Team used training time this week to help with a triple murder investigation.
A Grand Rapids woman who stabbed and killed her boyfriend in August 2014 is going to prison.
A Kalamazoo Public Safety officer has lost his job after a prostitute told authorities he was her client.
Nuance employed in political ads means most are at least partially true, but accuracy sometimes depends on interpretation.
A controlled burn that got out of control led to a brush fire northwest of Clarksville Tuesday afternoon.
“Crime is down, but I mean, within one day, within one hour, one minute, crime could go back up.”
The American Legion announced a nearly 20 year veteran of the Grand Rapids Fire Department as 2015 Firefighter of the Year.
The Muskegon County Airport was locked down Tuesday afternoon after receiving a threatening phone call.
A man who is accused of killing his grandfather has been ordered to stand trial.
Detroit police have arrested the mother of a boy and girl whose bodies were found in a freezer in the family’s home.
Agents Mulder and Scully are making a comeback.
A plan has been approved to reinstall a sign bearing a Bible verse to Hager Park.
A new facility in Kalamazoo which will help the homeless has already raised more than 70 percent of its campaign goal in just a year.
Kalamazoo College is going “test optional,” meaning applicants will not be required to share their ACT or SAT scores.
Grand Rapids residents will soon be able to keep chickens on their property.