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Get ready for a summer of Movies in the Park!
Effective March 14, 2017 a new law established for the military service members who served at Camp Lejeune.
An Ionia County woman is facing charges for allegedly causing a deadly crash involving two semi-trucks.
BD’s Mongolian Grill now says it will refund gift cards after its 28th Street location in Grand Rapids closed abruptly.
The northbound lanes of I-196 in Allegan County have reopened after a semi-truck rolled and lost its load.
The driver accused of crashing into an Oceana County store will be undergoing a mental competency exam.
The state has suspended the license of a doctor who is accused of performing liposuction surgery in an Allegan County pole barn.
When researchers traveled to an uninhabited island, they found millions of pieces of trash that washed up on the beaches.
The burned business didn’t have working smoke detectors or a functioning fire suppression system, firefighters said.
The State Department released satellite photos showing what it described as a building modified to support a crematorium.
Hundreds of officers from law enforcement agencies across the state attended the funeral for a Norton Shores officer killed in a crash.
National security adviser insisted that Trump’s revelations to Russian officials about activities by the IS group were “wholly appropriate.”
State officials are seeking nominations of trees that must meet several criteria.
The cyberattack was similar to previous ones attributed to North Korea, a South Korean expert says.
A dozen movies will grace a giant video wall in downtown Grand Rapids this summer during Movies in the Park 2017.
The search for a missing 84-year-old man is over, Kent County dispatchers confirmed Tuesday morning.
The buffet at Oriental Asian Buffet is a big draw, with steam tables offering up everything from frog legs to salmon to crab rangoons.
Lansing native Dick Thelen, 90, spoke to a crowd after a showing of the documentary, “The USS Indianapolis: The Legacy.”
The Kalamazoo City Commission unanimously approved construction of a roundabout that has generated a lot of attention.