The Cadillac News reports roughly half of the motel was destroyed by the fire.
The company says it will offer voluntary early retirement and separation packages to workers in an effort to boost profits.
Don’t let the unusually warm temperatures fool you: Lake Michigan is still very cold.
Kalamazoo Township police are looking for witnesses to a late night crash that sent a man to the hospital.
Storms whipped through a wide swath of the nation’s midsection, killing at least two people and injuring dozens of others.
Pvt. Chelsea Manning was released from a Kansas military prison early Wednesday after serving seven years of her 35-year sentence.
Some of the funding for the Good Food Fund is going to a Kalamazoo market that will anchor a rehabilitated retail strip.
The auto club says this will be the largest amount of travelers to hit the road, skies and railways in over a decade.
A silent tribute to bicyclists killed while riding traveled through Portage Wednesday evening.
Chris Davis homered in the 12th inning and again in the 13th.
The Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners have approved a resolution that supports shutting down of Enbridge’s Line 5.
Consumers Energy says power has been restored to several hundred Consumers Energy customers in the Wyoming area.
Down to their final out, the West Michigan Whitecaps rallied Tuesday to beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods.
The coach credited with turning around Benton Harbor High School’s football team apologized Tuesday for questionable text messages.
It started with a quick visit by young cousins to a Grand Rapids restaurant and ended with a rat tail curled up in a crab rangoon.
Army officials have identified the soldier who died when the military truck he was riding in crashed during training in Hawaii.
Firefighters are still working to determine what caused a fire at the Padnos recycling center in Wyoming on Tuesday evening.
Video recorded by a bystander shows County Commissioner Stephanie Moore argue with City Commissioner Shannon Sykes.
Gunshots were exchanged between a customer and employee at a Muskegon Heights gas station Tuesday evening.
The U.S. Attorney General’s Office’s new attitude on drug crimes calls for a return to the policies of the so-called “war on drugs.”