More than three years after Jessica Heeringa vanished from a Norton Shores gas station, Jeffrey Willis has been charged with killing her.
In a national survey on gasoline use, AAA said 16.5 million U.S. drivers spent $2.1 billion they didn’t need to in the past year on premium …
The U.N. humanitarian aid agency suspended all convoys in Syria on Tuesday following deadly airstrikes on aid trucks.
Former Republican President George H.W. Bush reportedly said he plans to vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton for president this fall.
Mercy Health Muskegon will break ground on its new nine-story hospital on Tuesday.
Doug Meijer is opening up about his battle with depression on the first broadcast of 24 Hour News 8 at 7 p.m.
ArtPrize Eight officials have changed the way attendees can register to vote this year.
One person was injured in a shooting on Grand Rapids’ southeast side Monday night.
No one was hurt in a three-vehicle crash in Rockford Monday night.
Kellogg Co. is recalling about 10,000 cases of its Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles in 25 states because they could be contaminated.
A filter that Lowell biodigester managers say will get rid of a foul odor is expected to be delivered and installed Tuesday morning.
The future of mobility technology, including connected and autonomous vehicles, is already on display at a unique site called Mcity.
Efforts to rid Michigan communities of plastic shopping bags would be banned under a bill set to advance in the Republican-led Legislature.
Another of the men who was confronted on camera by a West Michigan vigilante seeking out sexual predators has entered into a plea deal.
Some flights into Gerald R. Ford International Airport were diverted Monday evening after a plane had a mechanical problem.
A Holland family has filed federal complaints against Black River Public Schools, claiming it hasn’t done enough to accommodate their child.
A 10-year-old Lansing girl died Monday after falling into Lake Michigan in Pentwater, authorities in Oceana County say.
After the mascot has been downplayed for years, Belding parents are demanding the district either bring it back or pick a new one.
As National Child Passenger Safety Week kicked off Monday, safety advocates showed off an updated identification sticker for car seats.
It is rare to see women leading law enforcement, but that’s changing in West Michigan.