The Kalamazoo Wings will be hosting their second annual fundraiser to benefit the victims of the 2016 Kalamazoo shooting rampage.
The company behind the popular messaging app Snapchat is expected to start trading Thursday after a better-than-expected stock offering.
Attorney General Sessions will recuse himself from a federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 White House election.
Authorities near Kalamazoo are looking for a missing man who they say may be endangered.
The high school girls basketball tournament continued Wednesday.
A couple of West Michigan teams didn’t have any trouble as in the high school ice hockey tournament continued Wednesday.
Dererk Pardon scored on a layup at the buzzer off a long inbound pass from Nathan Taphorn to give Northwestern a victory over Michigan.
Anthony Davis had 33 points and 14 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans snapped a three-game skid with a win over the Detroit Pistons.
A new study that focuses on women of color working in West Michigan will be unveiled Thursday at Grand Valley State University.
Having problems with coyotes? The resourceful species is turning up increasingly in urban neighborhoods.
The National Weather Service says three EF-1 tornadoes touched down in Southwest Michigan Tuesday night.
Benjamin VanderPloeg’s driving violations mean he shouldn’t be driving, but authorities say he was at least twice within the span of a week.
If you are visiting North Muskegon this summer, it looks like you’ll need a hotel.
One person was killed and a teen was seriously injured when a vehicle was struck by a train in rural northern Van Buren County.
A veterinarian who owns a clinic in Lowell has been charged with allegedly practicing without a license in Michigan’s Thumb region.
GVSU officials hope the scholarship program will resolve a long-term problem: availability of talent.
Hundreds of people who entered Grand Rapids’ Cathedral of Saint Andrew Wednesday left with ash on their faces.
Officers in Holland are trying to track down two men suspected of breaking into or damaging dozens of storage units.
Documents filed with the state show when layoffs will begin as two West Michigan-based companies prepare to close their doors forever.
A 2016 study by the Michigan League for Public Policy shows that 44 percent of Michigan workers cannot take time off if they or a family mem…