A multiple vehicle is blocking lanes of northbound US-131 near West River Drive.
Defending champion Lexi Thompson fought through back pain Friday to take the second-round lead in the Meijer LPGA Classic.
The Beckley’s are a four-generation Marine Corps family. Five, if you count their combat dog Rico.
A Holland woman is in critical condition after she jumped from a moving pickup Friday afternoon when its brakes failed.
The man involved in an altercation that left two Muskegon County sheriff’s deputies has agreed to a plea deal.
A Wyoming bank robbery suspect originally believed to have been fatally shot by police died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police say.
A bat in Kalamazoo County has tested positive for rabies.
A Kent County jury has found a man known as “Nighthawk” guilty of killing a woman in northeast Grand Rapids.
The search happened about a quarter of a mile away from Jeffrey Willis’ Muskegon Township home — but turned up nothing.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is investigating after a woman’s body was found on Patterson Avenue Friday morning.
Maranda takes Park Parties to Flint
Make Jersey Junction a summer tradition
Meet Layla and Emmanuel, this week’s adoptable pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
The first Maranda Park Party of the season kicked off Friday at noon — but this time, the fun ventured outside of West Michigan.
The largest U.S. LGBT-rights organization is calling for measures to curb gun violence in the aftermath of the attack in Orlando.
The group is suing after an elections board said it didn’t collect enough valid voter signatures to qualify for a statewide November vote.
The Michigan Court of Appeals upheld Abigail Simon’s conviction, but said a judge should determine if she should get a different sentence.
Ford is knocking a week off the traditional two-week summer shutdown at three SUV plants to handle increased demand.
A 94-year-old former SS sergeant was found guilty Friday of 170,000 counts of accessory to murder and sentenced to five years in prison.
A Massachusetts state prison inmate has been indicted on a federal charge of threatening to kill President Barack Obama.