Some 4,000 protesters were in the streets of Portland late Thursday night with chants like “we reject the president-elect!”
Jimmy Howard stopped 36 shots and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Vancouver Canucks Thursday night.
Authorities are looking for the driver who struck a group of bicyclists south of Otsego Thursday evening and then took off.
Caledonia is asking the governor to remove the newly elected village president from office over his conviction for felony drunk driving.
Leonard Cohen, the baritone-voiced singer-songwriter who blended spirituality and sexuality in hits like “Hallelujah,” has died at age 82.
The Michigan Supreme Court has awarded $750,000 in grants to 23 courts around the state for programs that help military veterans.
A federal judge has ordered the state of Michigan and the city of Flint to deliver bottled water to lead-tainted homes if residents want it.
Detroit Red Wings fans found out what West Michigan has known since Bob Kaser started calling games for the Grand Rapids Griffins.
Jamarion Lawhorn, Kent County’s youngest convicted murderer, came to the Kent County Courthouse Thursday for his twice-yearly evaluation.
Hundreds of people gathered at Rosa Parks Circle and then marched through downtown Grand Rapids to protest Donald Trump’s election.
A Rockford teacher went on a rant about his disdain for President-elect Donald Trump, showing an image of the American flag upside down.
A man shot while trying to rob a father and son during a Craigslist transaction in Battle Creek is going to prison.
Friday is Veterans Day, and to show appreciation for those who have served our country, many businesses are offering deals or freebies.
A man who was guilty of first-degree murder following a deadly shooting at an apartment in Grand Rapids will spend the rest of his life behi…
Thousands of Kent County parents with arrest warrants for unpaid child support are getting another chance to settle their debt.
Gov. Rick Snyder is leaving for his sixth trade trip to China — and his first with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan.
Tuesday’s election raised questions about what happens next in Washington.
Can angry voices change the outcome of the election? The short answer is no, not until the next time we vote for a president.
DTE Energy works to help with free home consultations and low income assistance programs.
High school football playoffs heated up Friday for regional finals.