The search is over for an armed man in the Greenville area.
One of West Michigan’s largest job fairs aimed at getting veterans back to work is happening on Friday.
The Detroit Tigers overcame a rare shaky performance by Verlander to complete a three-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles.
One person was seriously hurt in a single-vehicle crash south of White Pigeon Tuesday.
The City of Grand Rapids is looking into borrowing about $2 million to fix its roads.
An Ada man has been sentenced for a 2007 mortgage fraud that netted him and others more than $800,000.
Kent County authorities say a man with Alzheimer’s disease who went missing Wednesday has been found safe.
A Department of Defense document details how the military would respond to a zombie uprising, according to Foreign Policy Magazine.
The new ‘Nana’s Run’ 5K in Grand Rapids will honor a woman who battled Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The Michigan Attorney General’s Office has launched a new resource to help spot and stop senior abuse and neglect in nursing homes.
Hope College has parted ways with its head basketball coach.
The Grand Rapids Griffins beat the Texas Stars Wednesday in Game 4 of their second-round Calder Cup playoff series.
One of two men charged in the murder of a Muskegon Heights basketball player was ordered Wednesday to stand trial.
The man who was convicted in a drunk-driving wreck in which two people were killed in Cascade Township has been sentenced.
A Kalamazoo bar worker accused of murder has been ordered to stand trial.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law requiring hospitals to give materials to new parents about safe sleeping practices for infants.