The ability to take your bow rider or pontoon boat for a leisurely spin up the Grand River to downtown Grand Rapids may become a reality.
A Detroit-area firearms instructor has been charged in the accidental shooting and wounding of a man attending a gun training class.
“Partnership” agreements are delaying the potential state-ordered closure of low-performing schools.
Transition and other costs that would come with closing the pension system to newly hired teachers may be lower than estimated previously.
Two men have been formally charged in connection to a fatal shooting that happened Friday afternoon on Grand Rapids’ southwest side.
The city says the officer in question would bring up his racial makeup and make inappropriate jokes about it.
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The trial for a man accused of murdering six people and injuring two in a shooting spree in Kalamazoo won’t start in June.
A motorcyclist was killed after hitting a deer west of Colon on Saturday.
Authorities are releasing the name of a man critically injured in a shooting in Muskegon Heights.
Another section of sand dune at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Penninsula has eroded, the National Parks Service said.
Portage city officials are vowing to support hundreds of workers losing their jobs as State Farm Auto Insurance leaves the city.
The city of Grand Rapids and driver’s training companies are partnering to reduce the number of crashes involving cars and bikes.
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Pepsico says there’s no safety issue, but it received complaints of a metallic taste, from late February to early April.
President Obama warned Donald Trump against hiring Michael Flynn as national security adviser after the election, Obama officials said.
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It was a foodie fantasy land at the DeltaPlex this weekend when Chefs Live Cooking & Food Show took over.
President Trump’s administration hopes to convince a federal appeals court that the ban is motivated by national security, not religion.
Three Rivers police say stolen state and military IDs were among the items they recovered during a recent bust.