The county will sometimes pay up if a pothole damages a citizen’s car — but not in Kelly Everett’s case.
A man was airlifted to the hospital after striking a semi-truck southeast of Cassopolis Thursday afternoon.
New rules in France attempt to address two issues: food waste and hungry people. Both are also problems in the United States.
A developer hoping to add to the Grand Rapids’ West Side boom will have to wait after the planning commission tabled the project.
Hartford Schools has been the subject of federal lawsuits in each academic year the current superintendent has been in charge.
The Patriot Act has been reauthorized several times since it was developed, but there has been a holdup this time around.
The stores at Tanger Outlets near Grand Rapids are holding a job fair to fill both full-time and part-time positions.
The mother of Jamarion Lawhorn — the 13-year-old who is accused of murder — has entered into a plea deal in a welfare fraud case.
Some lawmakers say it may be time for Michigan to cut the state’s film incentives, but the head of the film commission is defending the prog…
Police say they are looking for Ryan Lorenz in connection to a shooting that may have left a man with long-term paralysis.
The Cornhusker State is the first predominantly Republican state to abolish the death penalty since North Dakota in 1973.
In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months.
A dam in Shelbyville has been temporarily fixed after a portion of it started to fail Wednesday.
Police say preliminary numbers show a drop in traffic deaths statewide during the Memorial Day holiday weekend compared with last year.
A plan to redevelop a blighted block in Grand Rapids has been approved.
Automakers and governments are releasing the models covered by a massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall announced last week.