5:52 PM Nov 8, 2014
Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes has approved Detroit's plan to restructure $7 billion of the city's $12 billion debt load following a nearly two-month trial.
4:02 PM Nov 8, 2014
The graying activist pulls up to the scant and rusted remains of the Berlin Wall’s Checkpoint Bravo on atrendy electric bike, and says that when looking back over the 25 years since the wall fell, it’s important to keep perspective.
2:00 PM Nov 8, 2014
Nick and Stephanie Fattal desperately want to have a baby. They talked about having children on their very first date — not immediately, the couple told each other on that date almost four years ago — but in the future.
11:57 AM Nov 8, 2014
With temperatures expected to drop, local residents are headed to their thermostats to turn up the heat.
10:56 AM Nov 8, 2014
A World War II pilot whose lost plane has become the target of a stepped-up U.S. recovery effort in Greenland was honored Friday by the Coast Guard Academy, which commended him for heroism shown during daring rescue missions on the frozen tundra before the one that killed him in 1942.
10:00 AM Nov 8, 2014
A preschool fundraiser at the Tri-Cities Family YMCA on Friday night turned into a fun-raiser.
9:00 AM Nov 8, 2014
The edge of a rapidly intensifying storm began pummeling parts of Alaska's Aleutian Islands on Friday, signaling its arrival by lashing the western tip of the island chain with hurricane-force winds.
8:05 AM Nov 8, 2014
Several days have now passed since the 2014 general election, and county election workers have had a chance to analyze how Ottawa County voted.
7:00 AM Nov 8, 2014
A party store clerk and the store’s owner are facing charges for trying to defraud an insurance company.
5:49 AM Nov 8, 2014
Showers for most of the weekend, and some of them will be of the snow variety.
9:54 PM Nov 7, 2014
Crusaders shutout Fowler, 42-0, in battle of unbeatens
5:00 PM Nov 7, 2014
Doug of Grand Haven asked, “Are there any plans to improve the pedestrian pathways in the area of Robbins Road at U.S. 31, and east to the entrance to Meijer and down to Ferry/172nd? That area is a pedestrian no-man's land."
4:15 PM Nov 7, 2014
You don't get to be the longest-running children's show in U.S. TV history by doing the same thing over and over. So even though parents who grew up watching "Sesame Street" can still see old favorites like Big Bird, things on the street have changed since the show debuted 45 years ago on Nov. 10, 1969.