The company said the recalled cans could become contaminated with pathogens that can lead to life-threatening illness if eaten.
A Democratic lawmaker says Gov. Rick Snyder is responsible for lead contamination in Flint’s water supply.
A school bus driver was ticketed Thursday after she pulled out in front of a car in Georgetown Township.
Redevelopment plans for the Holland Civic Center were unveiled during a city council meeting Wednesday night.
SeaWorld is ending its practice of killer whale breeding following years of controversy over keeping orcas in captivity.
The housing market outlook for 2016 shows West Michigan is experiencing another year of a seller’s market, according to a local real estate …
Here’s some fun twists on traditional grilled cheese sandwiches.
A collaborative program between the 61st District Court and some Heartside ministries is helping people clean up their records.
After being tossed overboard, David Thompson swam and floated for seven hours, eventually making it to a Puerto Rico beach.
Grandville police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery that took place at the Rivertown Crossings Mall.
The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is getting a new concrete ceiling, leading to overnight closures starting in August.
Zak Irvin hit a go-ahead 3-pointer and a pair of free throws in the closing minute as Michigan pulled out another one at the end.
Regional titles were on the line for high school boys basketball teams on Wednesday.
The younger Sinatra died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest while on tour in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Bill Steffen takes a look at the weather of Ireland and the weird weather West Michigan often gets on St. Patrick’s Day.
Andre Drummond had 18 points and 18 rebounds for Detroit, but he went only 8 of 17 from the free throw line.
Three state agencies have established a website to help Michigan residents identify and deal with invasive species.
“Seems like the Flint lead issue is really getting concerning,” Gina McCarthy wrote Sept. 26 in a message to other EPA officials.
One person hospitalized after a four-vehicle crash on Chicago Drive near Holland on Wednesday.
A student was outraged when he was told to change his shirt, which showed the Confederate battle flag, or go home.