The Cleveland Indians clinched the AL Central title Monday night in a victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Trump and Clinton, in the opening presidential debate, both denied making statements that they are plainly on record as having said.
Grand Rapids police responded to the city’s southeast side Monday night after two people were shot.
A man was arrested on drug and child abuse charges after a fire that started when he was extracting THC from marijuana, authorities say.
Locked in an exceedingly close White House race, the presidential rivals tangled for over their different visions for the nation’s future.
Police are looking for the man who robbed a thrift shop in Kentwood late Monday afternoon.
Five jurors were charged with whittling down all of ArtPrize Eight’s entries and have named five finalists in each category.
A West Michigan 11-year-old is taking his knowledge of global climate change beyond the classroom.
A couple says they were driving along M-6 in southwest Kent County when a piece of concrete from the road hit their windshield.
Hundreds of people stopped by to see us outside the Grand Rapids Art Museum during ArtPrize Eight’s opening weekend.
Montcalm County has adjusted the staffing cuts it will make as part of a plan to get its budget back on track.
The man accused of intentionally ramming his car into three pedestrians allegedly asked to be locked up but was denied just days before.
One student was shot in the arm while boarding a school bus in Jackson on Monday afternoon.
A Battle Creek school was placed on lockdown Monday as police looked for a teen suspected of committing a strong-arm robbery.
A semi-truck driver from Cedar Springs was seriously hurt Monday afternoon when he rear-ended another semi-truck on I-196 near Zeeland.
Jury selection was not completed Monday for Sean Phillips’ trial for the murder of his daughter, Baby Kate.
A man rushing to Detroit after a crash that killed his sister is praising the trooper who pulled over his vehicle and prayed.
The ramp from southbound US-131 to eastbound M-6 in Byron Township has reopened following a semi-truck crash Monday morning.
88,000 students in Michigan are in need of English as a Second Language education
Deputies say the 44-foot pole in a truck bed swung into the path of an oncoming SUV during a turn.