A lawsuit regarding how a sexual harassment complaint within Michigan State Police was handled has been reinstated.
The state says Michigan’s seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 6.7 percent in the latest month.
The 3 candidates who want to serve as the state senator from the 20th District now serve or have served in the state House.
Three candidates are vying for a four-year term as the state senator from the 28th District.
The former Providence Christian High School will be serving students again — this time in a new capacity.
Ground was broken on an emergency operations center for the MSP Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency on Thursday.
A federal review says a Muskegon health clinic for low-income people didn’t follow the rules in handling its money.
Ottawa County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a man accused of taking tools from a home construction site near Hudsonville.
A woman who stole tens of thousands of dollars from the Kenowa Hills music boosters program was sentenced.
More charges have been filed against a teen accused of murdering his cousin and trying to kill his grandmother.
Battle Creek police are asking for the public’s help to identify the person who sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl.
President Barack Obama will campaign Nov. 1 in the Detroit area for Gary Peters and Mark Schauer.
28 Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital employees have been suspended, the state says, and police are now investigating.
Check out our list of trick-or-treat times from around West Michigan, including indoor events and outdoor times.
The “Under the Big Top” Hope on the Hill Gala will benefit Van Andel Institute.
Nancy Loftis, finance expert with the WOTV 4 Women Crew, has some tips for planning your holiday finances.