A passenger dragged from a United flight suffered a “significant” concussion and broken nose, and he lost two front teeth, his lawyers said.
Some Kalamazoo residents were startled Tuesday afternoon when a gunman broke into their home.
Tuesday’s spill allowed wastewater containing hexavalent chromium to enter a tributary 100 yards from Lake Michigan.
Teachers selling their lesson plans online has become a booming business.
More than seven months after a fire forced Ken’s Fruit Market on Plainfield Avenue to close its doors, it will reopen Thursday.
The complete lineup for the Fifth Third Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer Gardens was announced Thursday morning.
Evidence in the Kalamazoo shooting suspect’s trial could be tossed over Miranda rights.
Several people, including children, were displaced from their homes after an apartment fire in Kalamazoo.
The Orlando Magic overcame a late-run by Detroit to win their season finale on Wednesday night.
The Grand Rapids Griffins’ win on Wednesday night meant an edge in the upcoming AHL playoffs.
The cellphone tower would be installed in a rural residential area in Vergennes Township, near Lowell, not far from a historical district.
Spring is in the air and so are the butterflies at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park just outside of Grand Rapids.
A Kalamazoo tenant is frustrated that her roof hasn’t been fixed and wants out, but her landlord said she’s just trying to stir up trouble.
A Michigan prison employee is now facing federal charges in a drug investigation, but his attorney said his family members are to blame.
Each park has different people stepping up with different ties to the park, unlocking the gates for future generations.
Police in Kalamazoo say a motorcyclist was killed in crash Wednesday.
It wasn’t a call to 911 that got authorities involved in an alleged attempted child abduction — it was a viral Facebook post.
Firefighters had to pull the Paw Paw man from the burning wreckage on Stadium Drive over US-131.
The son of an 84-year-old woman who was killed last year is in custody on murder charges.
Ottawa County welcomed a sign of spring Wednesday, as the Port Sheldon buoy camera returned to Lake Michigan.