A new report shows the number of infant deaths in Michigan is decreasing, though the numbers continue to rise in some West Michigan communit…
The mother of a child who died at a day care is upset, saying the prosecutor didn’t tell her the former day care owner was getting a deal.
Police and school officials are trying to figure out who wrote racist statements on a statue at Muskegon High School.
For the first time in a decade, the central business district had more office vacancies than surrounding areas, according to CBRE.
Authorities say it will be five to seven days before streets surrounding the burned out Corner Bar can safely reopen.
The husband of a Berrien County woman is facing a homicide charge in her death, but the search for suspects isn’t over, authorities say.
Perrigo claims the IRS “erroneously and illegally” collected federal income taxes, penalties and interest between 2009 and 2012.
Wings of Mercy has helped thousands of people get access to care across the country since 1991.
A Kalamazoo officer has been reprimanded after grabbing a man’s neck during a dispute over his brother’s arrest.
A 209-acre plot of farmland in Pavilion Township will become an industrial plot following a unanimous vote to rezone the property.
Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss says the search for a new city manager will begin in weeks and the position should be filled by February.
A Calhoun County Correctional Center deputy was injured Tuesday trying to catch an inmate that jumped off an elevated ledge.
A federal appeals court has overturned the conviction of a woman accused of stabbing a bartender in the basement of a Battle Creek tavern.
Police have identified a Wayland man who was killed in a wrong-way crash on US-131 Sunday.
A day after watching their Rockford business nearly burn to the ground, the owners of the Corner Bar returned to the scene.
West Michigan is home to seven of the 20 most difficult colleges to get into in the state, according to new rankings by Niche.com.
One of our favorite locally owned shoe stores, that’s carried mens and womens shoes for a long time, is now carrying kids shoes!
More than 15,000 people are, once again, pouring into Grand Rapids this week to enjoy four days of the best in international quilt and texti…
This week’s event is centered around the book “You can’t touch my hair: and other things I still have to explain” by Phobe Robinson.
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