This Connecting with Community Awards Finalist is addressing youth homelessness
The co-founder of Merrell Boot Co. was hiking with his family when his wife and her stepgrandson were swept away by water.
Battle Creek police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a man who has not been seen for more than a decade.
The reward for tips leading to the person or people who intentionally set a Norton Shores house on fire has doubled.
Friday marks 50 years since an outbreak of ten tornadoes ravaged Michigan.
Meet Unique and Julio, this week’s featured pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
A nonprofit that lost 13 therapy horses in a barn fire was able to purchase six new ponies thanks to community support.
ArtPrize threw a dance party on Thursday, in addition to an announcement about big changes coming to ArtPrize Nine.
A Michigan State football player has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.
A tipped gravel hauler shut down a portion of 68th Street in Caledonia Township Friday.
Newly released video shows the tense moments when officers stopped a group of black children at gunpoint in search of an armed suspect.
The teacher allegedly wrote his wife that he was going to a beach before he picked up the student, sparking the six-week manhunt.
Volkswagen has been ordered to pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty in the United States for cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Police have charged a person with child abuse after a 3-month-old baby was critically injured.
The third annual Blue Tie Ball raised money for West Michigan Environmental Action Council’s water protection programs.
President Donald Trump is predicting that the latest attack in Paris will have a “big effect” on voters there.
The federal-state Medicaid program for low-income and disabled people covers more than 70 million U.S. residents.
Hernandez hanged himself in prison early Wednesday, days after winning an acquittal in a 2012 double homicide case.
After nearly 13 months of construction, the Mary Jane Dockeray Visitor Center will be unveiled to the public on Saturday.
Arkansas was able to conduct its first execution in nearly a dozen years despite a flurry of legal challenges.