The man accused of killing Ana Carrillo has two weeks to plead guilty to second-degree murder or face trial on charges of open murder.
Two people were taken to the hospital Tuesday due to a crash in Sand Lake.
Famed activist Erin Brockovich is coming to Kent County to meet those impacted by the PFAS investigation involving Wolverine Worldwide.
Authorities are seeking public assistance in locating the public’s assistance in locating a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run.
Rep. John Conyers, who has been battling sexual harassment allegations by former female staffers, says he is retiring.
Republican leaders in Washington are coming to grips with the possibility that Roy Moore will win his special election next Tuesday.
A strong cold front has moved into West Michigan Tuesday bringing with it very strong winds.
Ferocious winds in Southern California whipped up an explosive wildfire that prompted evacuation orders for nearly 8,000 homes.
A motorcyclist was killed in a crash involving a Consumer Energy truck in Kalamazoo County Tuesday.
The Supreme Court is taking up the highly anticipated case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
A relative says John Conyers won’t seek re-election to a 28th term in Congress.
High winds knocked out power to thousands of people across West Michigan Tuesday.
Reggie Jackson had 27 points for Detroit, which led by as many as nine points before dropping its third straight.
Michigan’s attorney general is urging MSU to give him an internal report on a campus doctor who sexually assaulted young gymnasts.
Galesburg ousted its police chief after residents raised concerns that he couldn’t devote enough time to the job.
After five months of study, Comstock Township has decided not to allow medical marijuana businesses.
Drugstore company CVS’s purchase of Aetna could set a new model for streamlined health care, a West Michigan pharmacist says.
An announcement about the political future of Rep. John Conyers is planned for Tuesday on a Detroit radio show, according to his attorney.
As Grand Rapids faces its highest homicide rate since 2013, a city task force is turning to the community for ideas to curb the violence.
Wolverine Worldwide faces its first federal class-action lawsuit linked to the waste dumping at the center of well contamination concerns.