The Michigan Legislature approved legislation to stop attempts to solicit someone to buy pseudoephedrine.
A new ordinance limiting the number of people staying in rental homes in South Haven has been approved.
A hearing is planned next month to determine whether former MSU basketball star Mateen Cleaves will stand trial on sex assault charges.
Columbo’s Floors to Go remodeled their entire showroom to focus on trends that are popular for 2016.
The Congenital Heart Center at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital provides continuing care for adults with congenital heart disease.
Leigh’s is breaking out unexpected trends that can take your look from spring right into summer.
Foot Solutions offers evaluations that assess your foot structure and put you in the right shoe for your foot.
The lineup is out for this summer’s popular Movies in the Park!
Elhart Automotive, “Hope Bridge,” and the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan won the community vote in the 2016 Connecting with Commu…
A Muskegon Township man is being held on a kidnapping charge as police probe the possible link.
A Holland man allegedly pilfered people’s mail to file forged checks and tutored another man on how to do it, authorities say.
A 1999 ordinance aimed at preventing raucous rallies near Michigan State University has been declared unconstitutional.
One person was flown to the hospital and another taken by ambulance following a crash near Kent City Tuesday morning.
An 18-year-old man is recovering from injuries following a crash with a semi-truck in Cass County.
Regulators say they have reached a settlement with owners of the Palisades nuclear power plant stemming from a leak five years ago.
The state budget that’s been in the works for months will be scaled back after revenue estimates came in lower than previously projected.
Otto is aiming to equip trucks with software, sensors, lasers and cameras so they eventually will be able to drive on their own.
Police in Holland are looking for a man who led officers on a chase before crashing his vehicle and leaving the scene Tuesday morning.
Tuesday marked day one of implicit bias training for GRPD, an effort to stop prejudice from impacting officers’ decision-making.
The lineup for this summer’s popular Movies in the Park was revealed Tuesday morning.