The state Supreme Court cleared the way for ESPN to obtain the names of MSU athletes listed as suspects in police investigations.
Holland High School graduate Courtney Bartholomew has stamped herself as a hopeful for the Summer Games in Rio.
Some are calling it revolutionary — a new DNA test that could make it easier for police to identify criminals.
If you sold a home in about the past four years, the state could owe you hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
A couple says they are out nearly $1,500 after being scammed by a company claiming it would help with their student loans.
There has been an outpouring of support for the clerk at a Grand Rapids party store who was robbed and then shot in the face.
Gov. Snyder has signed two bills designed to bring a multi-billion dollar investment from a cloud data storage company to West Michigan.
Two people face charges in connection to a crash last week that left one person dead.
After asking for the public’s help, a Grand Rapids men’s transitional home says it received thousands of dollars from an anonymous donor.
Civil rights activist and Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act co-author Daisy Elliott has died.
A man who fired multiple gunshots after police responded to an emergency situation in Ionia County is in custody, the sheriff says.
The Barry County Sheriff’s Department has a new K-9 deputy.
Deputies in Kalamazoo County are searching for a home invasion suspect who failed to appear in court.
More than 450 truck drivers were ticketed on the I-94 corridor over a stretch of five days.
The biggest sale of the year starts December 26 at Dutton General Store and Myrtle Mae’s Chic Boutique.
Meet Mario at Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary.
Katie and Sarah Klunder won national collegiate soccer titles in the same afternoon, less than 30 miles apart.
Experience Grand Rapids offers a class for people to become Certified Tourism Ambassadors.
Kari Lynch and Matt Gabriel will perform at A Very Merry Jingle Jam Benefiting Mel Trotter Ministries.
Get ready to go back in time with a look back on holidays past with Fubble Entertainment.