11:01 AM Jan 17, 2015
Kalamazoo County is investigating complaints of I-94 pileup victims who say they had to pay excessive towing and lot fees following last week's 193-vehicle wreck.
10:01 AM Jan 17, 2015
Emails obtained by investigators say a West Michigan woman told friends she had been sexually assaulted by a relative before she was killed and her father died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
9:00 AM Jan 17, 2015
The decision about the Dewey Hill cross may be final, but when it will be permanently transformed into an anchor is not.
8:00 AM Jan 17, 2015
The drivers of three cars involved in a crash Friday morning in Ottawa County's Georgetown Township were all injured, with two of them sent to the hospital.
7:00 AM Jan 17, 2015
Community members waited in the chilly winter weather Friday for a taste of summer from the Pronto Pup stand.
6:01 AM Jan 17, 2015
A chance of precipitation here or there; otherwise, kind of mild for mid-January.
10:52 PM Jan 16, 2015
Trojans remain winless following 55-47 loss
10:34 PM Jan 16, 2015
Iyana Brown leads Trojans with 23 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals
10:19 PM Jan 16, 2015
Lakers' leading scorer Kyle Zietlow suffers ankle injury during victory
10:02 PM Jan 16, 2015
Rams use late third-quarter spurt to bury Bucs
9:21 PM Jan 16, 2015
Kelsee Zuidema scores 20 as Lakers win at Fremont
8:21 PM Jan 16, 2015
Drew Hewitt scores 17 as Bucs make late push
6:15 PM Jan 16, 2015
This year's flu vaccine is doing a pretty crummy job. It's only 23 percent effective, which is one of the worst performances in the last decade, according to a government study released Thursday.
5:00 PM Jan 16, 2015
Dave of Grand Haven asked, “I seem to remember another cross-on-the-hill controversy surrounding its being shown during the 1999 Fourth of July celebrations. What happened?”
3:55 PM Jan 16, 2015
We’ve all heard the stories about how the Great Lakes basin has experienced a rebound in water levels over the past year.
3:05 PM Jan 16, 2015
Sunday, July 25, 2010 — a segment of Enbridge’s Line 6B pipeline ruptured near Marshall, causing just over 1 million gallons of diluted bitumen and heavy crude oil to spill into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River, creating the worst inland pipeline spill in U.S. history.