State police say that during the chase the man used Facebook live to make threats toward officers and was believed to have a gun.
An emerging debate about whether elected officials violate free speech rights by blocking them on social media is spreading across the U.S.
Arkansas highway officials shut down westbound lanes of a cross-country interstate for four hours so crews could pick up pizza.
North Korea has announced a detailed plan to launch a salvo of ballistic missiles toward the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam.
A memorial softball tournament honoring fallen Norton Shores Officer Jon Ginka is being held Thursday.
New downtown Grand Rapids venue 20 Monroe Live will play host to the ArtPrize Nine Awards Ceremony.
Ottawa County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a two-vehicle crash caused by a suspected drunk man in the road.
A man was flown to the hospital with burns after he tried to destroy a beehive.
An 88-year-old West Michigan native is being awarded for his dedication to volunteering in Kalamazoo.
NASCAR star Kyle Busch headlined the Kalamazoo Klash at Kalamazoo Speedway Wednesday, but he was outraced twice.
Justin Verlander allowed one hit over eight innings and the Detroit Tigers blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night.
An anonymous app called Sarahah that was designed to give workplace feedback is instead becoming a platform for cyberbullying.
Have trees around your house? Take a few minutes to check them for an invasive beetle.
Months before he allegedly broke into 11 homes, Corey Vansuilichem could have been going to prison for his sixth felony conviction.
A former Montague teacher accused of sex crimes involving a student is headed to jail.
State reports allege unsanitary conditions and complications for patients at the pole barn where a doctor was performing liposuction.
A woman who underwent a rare surgery that saved her life while she was pregnant is celebrating the birth of a healthy baby daughter.
The top seeds in two divisions of the United States Tennis Association Championships were on the courts today in Kalamazoo.
Federal regulators say they’ve received four complaints since the company recalled and repaired its keyless entry systems.
Nissan discovered through crash testing that a passenger’s head could come into contact with part of the rear seat belt assembly.