Seasonal Affective Disorder affects hundreds of thousands of people, and you may be one of them.
A Muskegon man will serve even more time in a state prison for the 2014 murder of a 17-year-old in Muskegon Heights.
The GRPS school board is expected to approve a donation of 10 AEDs for Ottawa Hills High School’s CPR and AED pilot program.
Like Volkswagen, the EPA claims Porsche and Audi designed vehicles to cheat emissions tests.
Uber vehicles filled with cuddly kittens may return soon to Kent County.
A Muskegon Heights man serving life in prison for killing two women in 2014 has pleaded no contest to killing two other victims in 1989.
A prosecutor says evidence that could have brought down Janna Kelly’s killer sat on the desk of investigators for years.
President Obama has signed into law a bipartisan budget bill that avoids national default and sets federal spending through the 2017 fiscal …
Republicans have new demands to renew a debate partnership with NBC. We’re giving you the controversial questions word-for-word.
Spectrum Health program raises awareness of men’s health during the month of November.
Jazz up the classic dinner and a movie date with unexpected options in Traverse City.
Dutton General Store is holding a ladies night out with special deals and gifts.
The Bengtson Center is hosting an “All That Glows!” event on November 5.
The popular show “Hunks” returns to Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort on November 14.
The Fifth Third River Bank Run takes place on Saturday, May 14.
Girls interested in aviation get rare opportunity with WING Delta Flight.
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety is accepting applications for public safety officers.
The Dept. of Defense cannot explain why a commercial natural gas station in Afghanistan cost U.S. tax payers $43 million.
Crews discovered two Asian carp 12 miles closer to Lake Michigan than where others of that size previously were seen.
Consumers Energy is hiring more line workers in order to increase its response to emergencies and restore power after storms.