A series of lenticular clouds that rolled in after severe weather hit eastern Texas were confused for UFOs.
Police are looking for a suspect who stabbed two people in Battle Creek.
A witness to the Grand Rapids’ fifth homicide of the year says anger over a dice game led to the shooting.
A newly-discovered glitch in Apple’s software can cause iPhones to mysteriously shut down when they receive a certain text message.
The Pentagon says it inadvertently shipped live anthrax spores to as many as nine laboratories and is investigating how that happened.
Students had to evacuate a bus from Grant Public Schools after it got stuck in the mud in rural Muskegon County.
A group of 25 young adults on Wednesday got their first taste of what life is like as a Grand Rapids police officer.
The death penalty was abolished over the governor’s objections in a move pushed through the legislature with unusual conservative backing.
The blacklegged tick is known for carrying Lyme disease, and its presence is rapidly growing in West Michigan.
Consumers Energy turned off power for 3,100 customers in the Greenville area Wednesday evening as it made repairs.
The City of Grand Rapids is proposing a new shared roadway to make one of the city’s streets more bicycle-friendly.
The bill is designed to enhance the ride, but one owner says she’s sticking with the current no-beer-on-board business model.
A federal lawsuit claims the district knew a student was being bullied but didn’t take the proper steps to stop it.
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner turned himself over to police Wednesday shortly after an arrest warrant was issued.
The former Florida governor is a big contender considering a run in a crowded Republican field, and he was in Grand Rapids Wednesday.
A man who led officers on a chase through Kent County back in May has entered a plea.