It’s out with the old and in with the new as Holland prepares to replace outdated signs, including some that welcome visitors to Tulip City.
Organizers behind a small business aimed at helping homeless women are bringing attention to a need that is often overlooked and avoided.
The Michigan Secretary of State is determined to stop auto repair shops flagged by the state from repeatedly renewing their licenses.
Forbes magazine’s 2016 list of the world’s richest people is out, and once again some big West Michigan names are on it.
If the bill becomes law, elected officials who resign or are expelled couldn’t run for office again until their original term has run out.
Large-scale dog breeders might have to pay an annual $500 registration fee after the House has passed a bill to regulate dog breeding.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held a campaign rally on Michigan State University campus Wednesday.
Members of two communities stricken by recent gun violence packed Muskegon Heights’ gym for the ‘Unity Game’ to find hope and healing.
Isaiah Blue, 17, knew his killer, a teenager testified Wednesday.
Michigan State Police are reminding drivers that the left lane on the highway is reserved for active passing.
Godfrey-Lee Public Schools Superintendent David Britten has a reputation for telling it like it is, and that extends to social media.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services confirmed Wednesday the cluster of cases are linked to tampons.
With Super Tuesday behind them, presidential candidates are turning their eyes — and campaign buses — toward Michigan.
McClendon, a natural gas industry titan, was killed Wednesday when police say he drove his SUV “straight into a wall” in Oklahoma City.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is effectively ending his campaign after a poor finish across the Super Tuesday primaries.