Congratulations to Camp Shout Out for winning this year’s top prize.
Court records show a driver tested positive for cocaine and opiates after causing a deadly crash in Kent County.
The U.S. government is fining General Motors $35 million for delays in recalling small cars with faulty ignition switches.
A tiger that’s called Lansing’s Potter Park Zoo home since 2009 has made the move to the John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids.
Five-year-old Camden Smith received the surprise of a lifetime when his favorite Griffins player, Jordin Tootoo, handed him a stick.
Power has been restored to thousands of homes in Kalamazoo.
There will be a 5K race held for a West Michigan boy who suffers from a rare disease Friday evening.
About 10,000 GRPS students made the move to uniforms this school year and the district’s calling the uniforms a great success.
We celebrated the 6th annual Connecting with Community Awards.
A West Michigan pastor’s embezzlement case is headed to trial.
While not fully operational, work at the Wyoming crime lab is beginning to ramp up.
Dozens of emergency crews Thursday practiced how they would respond to a disaster near the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
A 44-year-old man has been convicted in the cold case slaying of a western Michigan business owner.
Some foods are more dangerous than others when it comes to a strain of E. coli that has caused several people to become very ill.
The Attorney General’s Office has filed for subpoenas that would require AmeriGas to cooperate with a propane price-gouging investigation.
A Sand Lake man had to be airlifted to the hospital after the minivan in which he was riding crashed Wednesday in Montcalm County.