Part 2 of Football Frenzy highlights from Aug. 28, 2014.
The former head of the agency that investigates CPS says the state’s handling of Jamarion Lawhorn’s case is not unusual.
Lake Street Dive and Lowdown Brass Band performed at the Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater. (Aug. 28, 2014)
The ceiling in at Wyoming couple’s apartment collapsed Sunday, leaving thousands of dollars worth of damage, the couple said.
A 29-year-old Delton man faces several charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a child.
Ottawa County authorities say they arrested the man who robbed a taxi driver at gunpoint earlier this week.
A lack of teachers is pushing back the start of school for the EightCAP and Head Start programs for West Michigan counties.
The Tigers scored in the bottom of the ninth to beat the New York Yankees on Thursday.
One person was airlifted to the hospital after a crash in northern Barry County Thursday.
The new Silver Line buses have been on the road for four days now and 24 Hour News 8 wanted to know who’s riding them.
U.S. Rep. Gary Peters continues to lead Republican Terri Lynn Land in the race to take over for longtime U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, a poll shows.
State legislature committees are planning a hearing to demand answers from DHS over its handling of the Jamarion Lawhorn case.
All the puppies that would have otherwise been euthanized at an Alabama shelter were adopted Friday at the Humane Society of West Michigan.
Muskegon Heights High School’s football team played its first game of the season Thursday night — and it was missing two players.
Two people are in the hospital after a driver failed to yield the right of way Thursday morning.
Gov. Rick Snyder says that state health Director Jim Haveman is resigning after having a mild stroke.