6:00 AM Jun 26, 2013
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
12:30 AM Jun 26, 2013
Former Wolverine recalls highs, lows of his years at U-M
5:36 PM Jun 25, 2013
Does it bother you that the federal government is spying on Americans' Internet browsing, phone records and phone calls?
5:30 PM Jun 25, 2013
The community can raise money to help at-risk children this week by tasting wine and food.
5:00 PM Jun 25, 2013
Robert Rossana, a professor of economics at Wayne State University, is a fan of Calvin Coolidge.
4:00 PM Jun 25, 2013
Amelia Baird is a tall, enthusiastic blonde, and one of my best friends since the fourth grade. She has moved around a lot in her 19 years (Alaska to Michigan to New York and here again), but she and I spent a few of our memorable preteen and teenage years as neighbors, and have since reconnected in the summertime between our semesters at college.
3:00 PM Jun 25, 2013
A bill introduced in Lansing to put some teeth in the law requiring schools to complete safety drills is long overdue.
2:01 PM Jun 25, 2013
Police said a sheriff's deputy who spotted a pickup truck driving around a corn field in the middle of the night ended up finding a marijuana growing operation.
1:10 PM Jun 25, 2013
It's a dilemma for drivers: Do they choose a gasoline that's cheaper and cleaner even if, as opponents say, it could damage older cars and motorcycles?
12:00 PM Jun 25, 2013
After watching one of her favorite TV shows one night, Mary Kendall couldn't resist the idea of taking it local.
11:30 AM Jun 25, 2013
CC Rider, Frank Lloyd Starboard, Surface Tension winners of Spring Lake Travel Leaders Cup
11:00 AM Jun 25, 2013
The Ottawa County Road Commission had a pleasant surprise for Grand Haven Township officials this week.
10:54 AM Jun 25, 2013
Wexford County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a drowning involving a 20-month-old boy from Grand Haven.
9:50 AM Jun 25, 2013
The annual Kids Count survey says Michigan is facing rising child poverty.
8:54 AM Jun 25, 2013
An autopsy is scheduled for today to confirm whether remains found in a remote area of Missouri's Mark Twain National Forest are those of a Michigan man missing since winter.
8:00 AM Jun 25, 2013
After months of committee discussions and community planning sessions, the Spring Lake school board voted 6-1 Monday night in favor of a bond campaign for what they are calling Concept C — building one elementary "super school" to house grades K-4, along with other upgrades throughout the district.