9:00 AM Jun 9, 2015
The former manager of an Allendale hotel was sentenced Monday in federal court in Grand Rapids to five years in prison after stealing more than $800,000 in a workplace credit card fraud scheme.
8:00 AM Jun 9, 2015
A Coopersville woman who fell into a drugged sleep with her baby in her arms will spend 270 days in jail for the child’s death.
7:00 AM Jun 9, 2015
Mostly sunny, with a high near 67. Southwest wind 5 to 8 mph.
6:00 AM Jun 9, 2015
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
12:47 AM Jun 9, 2015
For the first time in a decade, the Detroit Red Wings are holding a press conference to announce a new head coach.
11:15 PM Jun 8, 2015
A Spring Lake woman riding a bicycle was hurt when she collided with a walker on the bike path along North Shore Drive in Ferrysburg on Monday afternoon.
6:55 PM Jun 8, 2015
(UPDATED: Tuesday at 10:45 a.m.) A West Olive man escaped injury Monday morning when a train struck his SUV in Grand Haven Township.
5:59 PM Jun 8, 2015
What device do you use to access the Internet?
5:00 PM Jun 8, 2015
Rory of Grand Haven asked, “I was wondering about the Coast Guard boat on the highway. They have a number on it, like 41488 or something. Why not have them put 49417 for our ZIP code? Or is that something the Coast Guard can’t change?”
3:00 PM Jun 8, 2015
Before graduating, Western Michigan Christian High School seniors were immersed in service projects around West Michigan and as far away as Africa.
2:38 PM Jun 8, 2015
A local boy is doing his part to clean up the environment, one step at a time.
12:35 PM Jun 8, 2015
Nike releases hype video in anticipation of tonight's opener for U.S. squad
11:00 AM Jun 8, 2015
By all accounts, the real estate market looks to be improving here in West Michigan.
8:08 AM Jun 8, 2015
Spring Lake’s Ben Kramer competed at the Division 2 golf finals at Forest Akers Golf Course in East Lansing this past weekend.
8:04 AM Jun 8, 2015
A handful of vendors gathered under the Chinook Pier tent prior to the start of the first Art Market of the year, hoping that, by some stroke of luck, the forecast storms would miss the area.