London firefighters traumatized by the deadly fire worked Thursday to make the building safe so they could search for more victims.
President Donald Trump said Thursday that wounded GOP Congressman Steve Scalise is “in some trouble” but “he’s going to be OK, we hope.”
Investigators suspect an electrical issue sparked an Allegan County barn fire that killed several cows.
The sheriff’s office says as fire crews were getting ready to leave the scene, a passing vehicle lost control and hit the fire chief.
Taijuan Walker pitched five sharp innings in his return from the disabled list, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Detroit Tigers.
The Michigan man who was among the victims of the shooting at a congressional baseball practice got his start in politics in Lansing.
A West Michigan lawmaker is backing a package of bills that would raise the smoking age to 21 in the state of Michigan.
The Washington Post is reporting that the special counsel’s investigation is examining whether President Trump tried to obstruct justice.
A new report says peregrine falcons are making a comeback in southeastern Michigan.
A fourth person has been charged in the case of alleged genital mutilation of girls by members of a Muslim sect.
Legislative committees approved legislation that would steer more newly-hired school employees into 401(k)-only retirement plans.
The LPGA has rolled back into West Michigan for the fourth edition of the Meijer LPGA Classic.
A DeVos family-funded nonprofit is working to redevelop vacant buildings on Grand Rapids’ southeast side.
The Grand Rapids Griffins hosted a party to celebrate their second Calder Cup.
Victims, their families, witnesses and first responders often rely on those trained to help them cope after traumatic events.
The Lowell police chief faces five misdemeanor charges for allegedly misusing the Law Enforcement Information Network.
About 60 buildings in Grand Rapids fit the definition of a high-rise — six stories or taller.
No one was injured in a garage fire in the city of Allegan on Wednesday.
A team of four middle-schoolers from southeast Michigan is winning awards for a robot designed to fix potholes.
Congratulations to Ken and Judy Betz on winning the Chaille Award