A judge heard from 13 witnesses Tuesday as he prepared to decide if there is enough evidence to send Jeffrey Willis to trial for murder.
A 17-year-old was arrested in Kalamazoo after police say he shot and injured an 18-year-old who claimed he was trying to buy marijuana.
Police say a North Carolina man fired an assault rifle inside a restaurant as he attempted to “self-investigate” the conspiracy theory “Pizz…
A fire at a recycling center in Walker has been extinguished after prompting a large response from area fire departments.
Grand Rapids police say a man who fired three shots at one of their officers works for the FBI.
It happens more often than you might think: Young children ending up drunk and in the emergency room after getting into adults’ drinks.
Senate and House members gather to celebrate expected passage of major mental health reform, joined by father of Sandy Hook victim.
Jabrill Peppers is the first defensive player to be a Heisman finalists since 2012.
Paws With A Cause is trying to track down one of its own vests worn by an untrained dog walking through Woodland Mall.
The public service campaign is designed to teach people to recognize the warning signs of someone who may be contemplating gun violence.
MDOT is planning to change its orange construction barrels to have brighter and more costly sheeting.
The 10- to 20-year plan for the future of Grand Rapids tourism would cost more than $200 million in public and private money to pull off.
Megan Ruestman had purchased hundreds of dollars in supplies to help her underprivileged students.
The lame-duck session of the Michigan legislature continues this week.
A man who sexually assaulted two elementary school students in Grand Rapids is headed to a state prison.
A Holland company plans to build houses on a portion of the Saugatuck dunes that was owned by a late energy industry executive.
Training for the recount of votes cast in the presidential election in Kent County began late Monday afternoon.
A hunter accused of firing a shot that went through a family’s Lowell-area home will face a misdemeanor charge, authorities say.
The judge said there isn’t enough evidence to send Mateen Cleaves trial.
A mistrial has been declared in the trial of a South Carolina police officer charged with murder in the death of a black motorist.