James Nichols, the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, has died following a lengthy illness.
As the total number of inmates at the Kent County jail declines, the number of female inmates has been rising for nearly a decade.
Kalamazoo Public Schools announced it’s filing a lawsuit against the Michigan Department of Education’s School Reform Office.
Sparta farmer Nick Schweitzer will be enjoying upcoming warm spell without concern for his crop.
A man who went missing Thursday after dropping off his wife at a store has been found and is safe, Grand Rapids police say.
Flu cases are on the rise in West Michigan, and it’s causing some school closures.
New legislation would allow Michigan residents to leave their car idling in their driveways without being ticketed.
A pastor at a Grand Rapids church accused of trying to meet an 11-year-old girl for sex has been ordered to stand trial.
A pilot project has been started to reduce student absenteeism in two western Michigan school districts.
A boil water advisory that was issued for a water main break near a major intersection in Kalamazoo has been lifted.
Approximately $84,000 was designated by donors to directly benefit the eight victims and their families.
A day after serving its last meal, Carraba’s Italian Grill in Kentwood notified workers it would not reopen.
An estimated 1,500 people marched in metro Grand Rapids Thursday as part of the national “Day Without Immigrants” demonstration.
The man accused of fatally running down a triathlete is competent to stand trial, according to the state.
The woman whose prison experience inspired the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” is coming to West Michigan.
As the legislative season gets underway in Lansing, Republicans in the House are about to unveil their priorities for the next year.
President Donald Trump mounted a vigorous defense of his presidency Thursday.
Secretary Betsy DeVos is highlighting the importance of community colleges in creating economic growth and helping people find jobs.
Want to go fishing but don’t have a license? No problem — but just for a couple of days.
Lowell police are trying to track down the person who shot a squirrel and left it with a metal dart still lodged in its body.