Michigan State University has announced it will demolish the former Grand Rapids Press building to build a new medical research lab.
Police in Florida say two would-be carjackers almost got away with a vehicle in Ocala but didn’t know how to drive a stick shift.
Investigators are expected to return to the scene of a house fire in Kentwood to try and figure out what caused it.
Michigan’s health agency is working to make it harder for parents to get out of immunizing their children against contagious diseases.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating December 12, or “Day of the Dozens,” by giving customers free doughnuts with a purchase.
Calvin College officials have lifted the campus-wide lockdown issued early Friday morning.
Leelanau County authorities say a pair who refer to themselves as “Bonnie and Clyde” are responsible for several 2012 home invasions.
West Michigan residents will be able to go from the golf course to the ski hills this weekend.
A Target 8 investigation into the state’s mishandling of the case of 12-year-old Jamarion Lawhorn is leading to statewide changes.
Swapping crisis for compromise, the House narrowly approved $1.1 trillion in government-wide spending Thursday night.
Deputy Grant Whitaker was killed early Sunday after his car struck a tree. It happened while he was in pursuit of another vehicle.
A scammer calling people in West Michigan is pretending to be from Consumer’s Energy, saying that a bill needs to be paid immediately.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority has approved continuing the Downtown Ambassadors program through June 2016.
The newly redesigned “Nutcracker” made its world premiere Thursday night in Grand Rapids at DeVos Performance Hall.
A state prison outside of Ionia was locked down for more than 12 hours Tuesday after ammunition was found on a food tray.
The big issue as the end of state legislature’s lame-duck session looms is funding for Michigan’s infamously shoddy roads.