8:02 AM Nov 16, 2012
Community members gathered for soup and socializing on Thursday. In all, 319 people stopped by St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Grand Haven to have their lunch at the annual Soup for All benefit.
7:02 AM Nov 16, 2012
Mostly sunny, with a high near 48.
9:10 PM Nov 15, 2012
Detroit's Miguel Cabrera won the American League's Most Valuable Player award on Thursday after becoming baseball's first Triple Crown winner in 45 years, and San Francisco's Buster Posey was voted the National League honor.
9:09 PM Nov 15, 2012
The Grand Haven High School student who rolled her vehicle while driving a group of friends to a state tournament basketball game in March has had her license taken away for a year.
8:56 PM Nov 15, 2012
Hunters have taken to the field across Michigan with the opening of the state's 16-day firearm deer season on Thursday.
4:39 PM Nov 15, 2012
(UPDATED: Thursday 3:15 p.m.) A Nunica man was injured when he pulled his pickup truck into the path of a semitrailer truck this morning in downtown Spring Lake.
3:35 PM Nov 15, 2012
A 54-year-old Zeeland man was found dead at a hunting camp in Mason County on Thursday morning, police said.
3:22 PM Nov 15, 2012
Before she was recruited by schools across the country to play college volleyball, Grand Haven senior Abby Cole always had a bond to the University of Michigan.
3:17 PM Nov 15, 2012
Five men and two woman face federal methamphetamine conspiracy and other drug-related charges, after federal agents swept at least two Holland Township locations Wednesday.
3:02 PM Nov 15, 2012
Carrie Anne Engels' family legacy is linked to jewelry.
2:40 PM Nov 15, 2012
Law enforcement agencies across the state joined forces last month for a sweep check on sex offenders, and compliance seemed to be the name of the game - at least in Ottawa County.
1:02 PM Nov 15, 2012
The family of a 13-year-old girl found dead after she apparently sneaked out of a friend's home during a sleepover in 2004 are planning what they describe as a proper burial.
12:02 PM Nov 15, 2012
A local special events planner has been tapped to lead this year's Jingle Bell Parade.
11:07 AM Nov 15, 2012
Southwestern Michigan authorities said they eradicated more than 1,700 marijuana plants worth an estimated $1.7 million following a tip that led them to a growing operation.