As the Kalamazoo area begins to deal with the trauma of Saturday’s spree shooting, first responders also have access to aid resources.
The updated version of the bill is meant to clarify an election law limiting what information local and school officials can send to voters.
The suspect in Saturday’s Kalamazoo-area deadly shootings was being held in segregation but behaving well Tuesday, officials said.
The voters in rural Sparta Township will be the first in Kent County to see an openly transgender person’s name on the ballot.
An Uber passenger said he was in Dalton’s vehicle just hours before Dalton allegedly went on shooting rampage, killing six people.
Funeral arrangement details for the victims of the Kalamazoo shooting rampage have been released.
Authorities say the first woman wounded in Saturday’s shooting spree acted heroically, protecting her children as shots rang out.
The man accused of murdering six people in Saturday’s shootings had gone through the initial phases of becoming an officer.
All cases involve men who visited areas with Zika outbreaks, and who many have infected their female sex partners.
Local pastry shops, restaurants and bakeries brought out their best to compete in Dessert Wars 2016.
Greektown Casino Hotel in downtown Detroit is getting a new name.
A Ravenna-area teen’s condition is improving, several weeks after she was involved in a crash that killed her siblings.
Chocolate maker Mars said it’s recalling candy bars in 55 countries in Europe and elsewhere after plastic was found in one of its products.
Republican presidential candidates took last-minute appeals for support across the breadth of Nevada.
The team at Law Offices of David L. Carrier is going to the Disney Institute.
Waterford Place can start the conversation about what community is right for you and your family.
Maranda and area educators sit down to take a new test given to fourth graders in Michigan.
Registration is open now for GVSU’s G3 summer camp program.
Lady Ace Boogie took home three awards from the annual WYCE Jammies.
A Grand Rapids tax preparer who defrauded the government by filing a false tax return is heading to federal prison.