“There was nothing that would make you think that this man was capable” of killing one girl and attacking another, a neighbor said.
A new poll shows Americans now name terrorism as the No. 1 problem facing the United States.
The Walker City Commission has approved a $150,000 retirement package for the city’s public safety chief.
State police say an explosion at a storage unit was probably linked to an appliance that enhanced the growth of medical marijuana.
White House staff normally frown upon taking selfies, but Biden didn’t have a problem with the boys’ requests.
Sturgis police are working with the FBI to see if the confessed killer is responsible for the 1997 disappearance of 6-year-old Brittney.
Kalamazoo’s newest public safety officers started their training Monday with a scavenger hunt.
Grand Rapids police are investigating a report of a sexual assault Sunday morning on the city’s northeast side.
The Kent County Animal Shelter marked the milestone late Monday afternoon.
The former Florida governor has failed to gain momentum from Republican primary voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be in the Grand Rapids area next week.
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Keep dreaming.
Changing how Europeans can come to America, a new push against gun violence and pushing back a shutdown top this week’s Capitol Edge.
An environmental group says shutting down pipelines under the Straits of Mackinac wouldn’t disrupt Midwest crude oil or propane supplies.
A police report on the bus crash says the driver was “inattentive”, but a prosecutor says any charges will wait.