Our first brush with winter weather has left some impressive snowfall totals across West Michigan over the past two days.
Workers at an animal rescue operation in Oregon were caring Thursday for 68 cats found crammed into a van, many in wretched shape.
Police are searching for up to three suspects who were involved in a hit-and-run crash involving a house.
A person was hospitalized after rear-ending a semi-truck due to icy road conditions in Battle Creek.
The suspect in an Ottawa County break-in was arrested after investigators used things he left behind at the scene to identify him.
The case of a Grand Rapids tutor accused of sexually assaulting a student is catching national attention for her unconventional defense.
Kent County is testing new green emergency lights that it hopes to use on its snow plows to decrease the number of crashes.
A task force is searching several Oceana County lakes for the body of a missing woman believed to have been murdered.
Trendy retailer H&M will have a store at the Tanger Outlet Mall scheduled to open south of Grand Rapids next year.
The Grand Rapids Griffins’ Ryan Sproul made something of a trick shot Wednesday night at Van Andel Arena.
Jim Hackett talked with 24 Hour News 8 about what’s happening in Ann Arbor, especially with head football coach Brady Hoke.
Muskegon’s Deyonta Davis signed his letter of intent to attend and play basketball at Michigan State University.
One person was killed Thursday in a chain-reaction crash on slippery roads south of Schoolcraft.
The first blast of wintry weather was a reminder to put good snow- and ice-driving habits back into practice.
Aquinas College in Grand Rapids is getting $2.5 million to create a program that links economics and ecology.
The Michigan Senate has voted to double the state gasoline tax over four years to raise at least $1 billion to fix roads.