The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal to seek a new judge in the murder case against Sean Phillips.
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A busy intersection in Grand Rapids has reopened following a crash that led to some repair work.
A contentious bill seeking to declare the Holy Bible the official book of Tennessee is headed back for a vote in the full state Senate.
A new rating of the headlights of more than 30 midsized car models gave only one model a grade of “good.”
A California man is dead and his daughter is fighting for her life after an electrical shock in the family swimming pool.
A Kentucky man was arrested after police say he pointed a rifle at a woman during an argument and then barricaded himself inside a home.
The mayor of Warren says police are investigating how several cases of Whopper hamburgers disappeared from the back of a delivery truck.
Vice President Joe Biden, whose son died from brain cancer, is leading the administration’s effort to accelerate the quest for cancer cures.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich also refused to say they would support Trump or whoever is the nominee.
A Muskegon County man says his rights were violated when police pulled him over for an obscured plate and he ended up facing charges.
Skateboarders will be the first to tell you that Grand Rapids doesn’t have much to offer them.
Facebook posts and emails of people who died could be accessed by a person designated in a will under new laws.
Gas prices increased by as much as about 40 cents across West Michigan on Tuesday.
The Michigan Supreme Court is dipping a toe into the murky, tumultuous intersection of church independence and contract law.