A Hastings police sergeant has filed suit against his chief, two officers and city manager for what he claims are civil rights violations.
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There was a heavy police presence in a Wyoming neighborhood in connection to a fatal shooting on Grand Rapids’ southwest side.
The Michigan Innocence Clinic, which believes Titus was wrongfully convicted, vowed on Friday to take the case to the state Supreme Court.
Now as the deadline for that cash to materialize draws closer, what will it look like and where will it come from?
The state of Michigan is being sued in a bid to restore the driver’s licenses of people who say they can’t afford to pay traffic fines.
Meet Kimba and Mr. Pickles, this week’s featured pets from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
A man is in critical condition after being shot in the chest in Muskegon Heights early Friday afternoon, authorities said.
Kalamazoo County authorities are looking for a man who reportedly forced a teen into his car and sexually assaulted her.
A suspect in the 2004 murders of a Zeeland man and his fiancée is in police custody for another murder, authorities say.
Firefighters found the man’s body after putting out the flames.
This family-run garden provides a wide variety of tulips, Dutch pottery, wooden shoes, and so much more.
Battle Creek police have named a relative of a man who was shot and killed Friday as a person of interest.
The open murder charge was filed against the Three Rivers man after one of the victims died, police said.
Battle Creek Public Schools is getting a $51 million grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation to make top-to-bottom changes.
A soldier who survived an explosive attack to eventually compete on “Dancing with the Stars” will speak to students Friday.
An elementary school student was hit by a vehicle Friday before school, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools has confirmed.
North Korea frequently lambasts the United States and South Korea, but its accusation Friday was unusual in its details.
The Hindenburg disaster is “something you don’t forget,” said Werner Doehner, now 88.
A expert says there are no guarantees people with pre-existing conditions would get access to affordable coverage.