Two people now face charges for the 2012 murder of a Chicago man in Muskegon.
The state found that staff did not break ACT and MME rules, but may have “violated the spirit” of test policies.
A Thornapple-Kellogg elementary school principal Wednesday lived up to a bargain struck with his students by jumping out of an airplane.
The USDA says some ground beef carrying E. coli may have been distributed to at least one West Michigan grocery store.
Investigators say some nurse aides at a Zeeland nursing home either caused “actual harm” to residents or put them at immediate risk.
The teen pulled from Lake Michigan after a two-hour Wednesday evening search has died, according to Holland Hospital.
Asdrubal Cabrera scored on Al Alburquerque’s bases-loaded balk in the 13th inning to give the Cleveland Indians a victory.
Those who work closely with Veterans Affairs hospital system doubt a massive backlog or cover-up, but admit that things could be better.
A woman who was 15 when she disappeared from her California home has contacted police and says she was held against her will for years.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is suspending as much road work as possible this weekend to ease Memorial Day travel.
In less than an hour early Wednesday, police say, clerks at a Norton Shores convenience store and gas station were threatened at gunpoint.
A new task force will be patrolling the Muskegon River in Newaygo County to cut down on those who break the law.
Nearly $7 million in investments is expected to create 171 jobs in West Michigan, an economic development organization announced.
Organizers are gearing up for a bicycle drag race – over the Grand River in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety is alerting Kalamazoo residents that tornado-siren testing will occur for several days.
A stretch of the southbound lanes of the East Beltline Plainfield in Township were closed for a time Wednesday due to a wreck.