Grand Rapids police are looking for the suspect who shot a person on the southeast side of the city Friday morning.
A man has been arrested after stabbing three people at a mobile home park in Plainfield Township.
A California food producer is recalling more than 92,000 pounds of chicken Caesar salad kits due to listeria concerns.
The high school football season starts in one week.
Some phone scammers are using a tool called spoofing to try to trick you into giving them money or to cover their tracks.
A man arrested after a standoff is being charged federally for robbing a credit union in Grand Rapids.
A man was hospitalized after being accidentally run over by a pickup truck at the Hudsonville Community Fair.
Richard Baird says he’ll immediately pay local property taxes that he says were “inadvertently” exempted on his Lansing-area house.
Police Thursday released video of a person of interest in the fatal assault of a former West Michigan resident in San Francisco.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is extending its “Dream It, Build It” LEGO exhibition by nearly a month.
Officials broke ground Thursday morning on a new hotel in downtown Holland.
Michigan authorities say the state’s unemployment rate rose 0.7 percentage points in the latest month.
Airstrikes have helped Iraqi and Kurdish forces regain their footing, but Islamic State militants can be expected to stage a new offensive.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson.
Thursday, crews delivered huge steel beams to site of the M-231 bridge over the Grand River.
Grand Valley State University’s retention rate is the third highest in the state – at 71 percent. But that wasn’t always the case.