Meijer is planning to sell only cage-free eggs by the year 2025.
Battle Creek police will seek a manslaughter charge against the man whose gun went off killing his girlfriend on Valentine’s day.
Volkswagen is recalling about 91,000 Passat cars with diesel engines because wiring under the body can corrode, overheat and potentially sta…
The Coast Guard is offering a reward for information on the person(s) responsible for pointing a laser at a boat near Grand Haven.
Three teens are facing charges after admitting to vandalizing a cemetery in Van Buren County.
A Jenison man was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Walker Friday morning.
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Not believing everything you see online is usually good advice. It’s especially good advice today.
A judge says a political activist can proceed with recall efforts against Gov. Snyder over his handling of Flint’s crisis with lead-tainted …
College students are competing to turn their ideas and business plans into reality and cash prizes.
It’s the car thousands of people were waiting for: Tesla Motors’ new, lower-priced Model 3 sedan.
Mark your calendars for these big West Michigan summer events.
The mayor of Flint says an initiative to replace service lines as the city faces a crisis with lead-tainted water hasn’t moved as quickly as…
Grand Rapids will be replacing several lead water service lines throughout the city this summer.
The parenting battle between a same-sex couple in Kent County may have constitutional ramifications.
After the suicides of three teens in West Michigan within the last month, parents may want speak to their children about the topic.
A hearing is expected soon on whether the Muskegon County District Court will prevent access to a public court record in the case.
Every other night is bath night for 76-year-old Lela Lovelace, which means packing an overnight bag and leaving her home in Flint.
Kent County road workers turned out on Thursday to dedicate a local road for one of their own who died on the job.
Rep. Fred Upton’s bill aims to make new medical procedures, treatments and devices available to the people who need them more quickly.