A man who worked at a Newaygo Wendy's restaurant is facing charges after investigators say he lied about being robbed.
One of two Holland house fires this week is being called arson.
A contractor who clients say never showed up to do the work they paid him for also failed to appear in court Wednesday.
A Kentwood woman says two men posed as cops over the phone to try to scam her out of hundreds of dollars.
The westbound lanes of I-96 have reopened in eastern Kent County after being shut down due to a wreck, according to MDOT.
A new group is now in charge of the effort to lower fares at Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Most people would expect to be safe from a storm in their own bed, but one woman says she was struck by lightning as she lay in hers.
An Amish sawmill in Montcalm County was destroyed in a fire early Wednesday believed to have ben started by lightning.
The state says Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly in the latest month to 7.5 percent.
It's smaller than an Android but larger than an iPhone with a screen that measures 4.7 inches diagonally, ideal for one-handed use.
The U.S. Patent Office says the Washington Redskins nickname is "disparaging of Native Americans" and the team's trademark must be canceled.
House members grilled GM's CEO about the actions she's taken since the company admitted that it failed to act on a deadly safety issue.
Portage police looking for connection between accidents and under-age drinking.
A series of loud thunderstorms moved through West Michigan on June 18, 2014 resulting in flooding, hail and minor damage.
A Portland woman heard a loud boom before finding smoke and flames in an electrical outlet.
Power to thousands of homes and businesses was knocked out Wednesday when a second round of storms rolled through West Michigan.