Wyoming will soon be home to an indoor roller coaster and trampoline park.
A soldier from Zeeland accused of killing his wife and a trooper was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, his mother says.
Officers say new information in a sex assault investigation indicates the crime didn’t unfold as initially reported.
Goodbye, beer runs. Meijer’s recently launched store-to-door delivery service is expanding to include alcohol.
A Holland man is in critical condition after he was hit by a suspected drunk driver during a walk.
The president’s tweet about possibly working with Russia to guard against election hacking was greeted with widespread ridicule.
Dispatchers said some steel fell on the man, who was taken to the hospital.
The detour debacle has begun for some drivers who normally take eastbound M-6 between I-196 and Wilson Avenue.
The president’s eldest son now says the Russian lawyer he met with told him she had information about Hillary Clinton.
Under the bright lights and on a big stage Sunday night, Fulmer again showed why he’s Miami-bound.
Kalamazoo police say two people are in custody after a 4-year-old girl died Sunday morning.
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins was back in West Michigan to host his fifth annual football camp at Hope College.
The “Ladies in Blue” locked up the United Women’s Soccer Midwest Conference title and have earned the right to host the Midwest Playoffs.
Some juveniles may be in trouble after an abandoned building northwest of Ionia went up in flames Sunday afternoon.
Everyone escaped safely when a house northeast of Paw Paw caught fire on Sunday evening.
Thousands of people across West Michigan were still without electricity more than 72 hours after severe storms hit.
The prime minister celebrated with troops after they drove ISIS militants from some of their last strongholds in Mosul.
A driver may have spent hours pinned in his car after it rolled over between Walker and Allendale, authorities say.
Consumers Energy crews continue to work to restore power to thousands of customers following Friday’s deadly storms.
Senator Schumer says he’s worried that it could prove harmful and is being marketed like a drug.