Musician J. Geils, founder of The J. Geils Band known for such peppy early 80s pop hits “Centerfold,” has died in his Massachusetts home.
The ACLU of Michigan is demanding Jenison Public Schools change its policy regarding bathrooms and transgender students.
Volunteers will help monitor several Michigan trout streams for the invasive New Zealand mudsnail.
If you believe people can be angels, you can find a couple at Eastown Salon in Grand Rapids.
A 25-year-old who allegedly worked with young people at church and at a Boys and Girls Club is accused of criminal sexual conduct.
Michigan’s Attorney General is taking over a murder case because of the fact that the sheriff’s son is involved in the investigation.
Dashcam video shows Michigan State Police chasing a driver before a deadly crash in Kentwood last month.
Forensic experts hope isotope testing revealing where the woman possibly lived will crack the 45-year-old case.
The tornado that developed along the Kent-Ionia County border on Monday evening cut just to the north and west of Lake Odessa.
Developers in downtown Grand Rapids are revealing their vision for site of the former TGI Friday’s, which closed in November.
Sen. Bert Johnson has been charged with putting a no-show employee on his office payroll to repay $14,000 in personal loans.
The Kent County Dispatch Authority hopes to save precious time during an emergency by adopting Smart911.
Sen. Gary Peters talked about legislation to help address a problem associated with abuse that many have probably never even considered.
A man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend entered into a plea agreement on the day his trial was scheduled to start.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer apologized for making an “inappropriate and insensitive” comparison to the Holocaust.