President Trump took aim at the conservative Freedom Caucus, which includes Rep. Justin Amash of Grand Rapids. Amash fired back on Twitter.
An old jewelry scam has reemerged as many people get ready to head off to their spring break destinations.
The Michigan House has passed bills that would give high school students more class options to complete graduation requirements.
A former basketball player on Michigan State University’s 1979 championship team got a big surprise from his past.
Michigan State Police say troopers don’t have to stay after pulling drivers over to make sure they merge safely back into traffic.
Centria Health Care is sponsoring “Superhero Autism Activity Day” for West Michigan children with autism and their families.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law criminal justice changes that advocates say are intended to keep criminals from reoffending.
WMCAT celebrated innovation, inspiration and imagination at this year’s iBall.
The victim told officers he jumped from an apartment window to escape his attackers.
A former WMU football player charged in a Kalamazoo armed robbery has been found guilty of another crime in Ohio.
Months after being attacked, Chalene Jones is holding a free self-defense class aimed at empowering others.
Grand Rapids police are releasing the name of a victim in the city’s fourth homicide this year.
Westbound I-196 in Grand Rapids is back open after a crash that slowed traffic.
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Police say the mom had been drinking before the crash that also injured her kids, but they’re awaiting blood-alcohol test results.
A teen driver who led Michigan State Police on a chase that ended in a deadly crash in Kentwood has been charged as an adult.
A man has been charged for allegedly shooting another man while he was sitting in his car in Holland.
A motorist accused of killing five bicyclists and injuring four others in Kalamazoo County will stand trial on second-degree murder charges.