In this episode of “To The Point,” hear from third-party candidates for Michigan governor, U.S. Senate and other offices.
About 4,000 people competed in the 11th annual Grand Rapids Marathon Sunday.
A man was shot in the leg during a break-in in Kalamazoo early Sunday.
A Fremont 14-year-old took the wrong medication for a month because Walgreens filled a prescription incorrectly.
Police searchers found human remains on Saturday that could be those of a University of Virginia sophomore.
Henrik Zetterberg scored with 9.9 seconds left in overtime to give Detroit a victory over Toronto.
A week after it was supposed to be moved, a new bridge over I-96 south of Lowell has been slid into place.
Connor Cook threw three touchdown passes and Jeremy Langford ran for three more scores.
John Ball Zoo welcomed its 500,000th visitor of the season Saturday.
Firefighters battled a house fire in southeast Grand Rapids Saturday afternoon.
Less than two weeks after the death of their coach, South Christian girls golf finished 8th at the state tournament.
A Grand Rapids man is accused of imprisoning and throwing hot wax on his cousin at the victim’s Chicago-area home.
Police in Kalamazoo Township are looking for the three people who fired a gun while trying to rob a gas station.
Kent County prosecutors have charged the parents of a 12-year-old murder suspect with felony child abuse.
Berrien County investigators are looking into what they are calling a suspicious death east of Benton Harbor.
Members of the New Buffalo city council are accused of violating state law by deciding to fire the city manager in private.