Investigators are trying to identify a group of girls that attacked a teenager.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law restrictions on when municipalities and school districts can inform voters about local ballot issues.
More charges may be pending against a former West Michigan teacher and coach accused of having sex with a student.
A West Michigan native who helped lead the Spartans to back-to-back bowl victories is now looking to join the National Football League.
From now until April 1st, it’s time to apply for college scholarships at Grand Rapids Community Foundation.
Kalamazoo police say a man shot and killed his teenage step-grandson Wednesday after an argument.
Detroit’s Megatron is adding to speculation that he may retire early.
Court documents shed new light on the possible motive of a man who was arrested after police found Molotov cocktails in his vehicle.
The Well-Mannered Dog Center has a special arena designed for dog sports.
Designer Leslie Hart-Davidson will lead seminars this weekend on how to make your design dreams a reality.
Get registered for the Fifth Third River Bank Run at Craig’s Cruisers this Thursday.
Achieve your exercise goals with short, consistent workouts.
UICA brings an exhibition of new works in Screendance in January.
Chef Terri Rees shares recipes for a satisfying bowl of soup.
The Children’s Healing Center is for children with weak immune systems.
A Pennsylvania high school basketball coach accused of head-butting a referee is on administrative leave.
Investigators discovered the body of a woman and her two dogs inside a burned out home in 2001.
The city of Battle Creek plans to install reserved parking signs for wounded veterans at city facilities.
The singer’s threatening tweets came hours after Gov. Snyder declared a state of emergency in Flint.
NBC4’s Colleen Marshall is in Washington, D.C. today to talk to Vice President Joe Biden about President Obama’s plans to curb gun violence …