2:56 AM Nov 7, 2012
(UPDATED: Tuesday, 2:12 a.m.) Here are the latest unofficial election results: President/Vice President (national popular vote/electoral votes-270 needed to win) Obama/Biden (D): 50%/303 (projected winner) Romney/Ryan (R): 49%/203 Precincts reporting: 85%
2:22 AM Nov 7, 2012
President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and winning four more years in office despite a weak economy that plagued his first term and put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions. "This happened because of you. Thank you" Obama tweeted to supporters as he celebrated four more years in the White House.
11:38 PM Nov 6, 2012
Polls in Michigan are now closed. The election results will be posted here when they become available, and updated often. Keep checking back!
6:06 PM Nov 6, 2012
According to a recent national survey of teens, adults are not the only ones worried about jobs, the economy and education in today's presidential election.
6:02 PM Nov 6, 2012
Ottawa County Parks and the American Cancer Society are teaming up to present a Bark for Life event at Connor Bayou County Park on Saturday, Nov. 10.
4:06 PM Nov 6, 2012
Polling locations throughout Northwest Ottawa County are staying busy today.
3:12 PM Nov 6, 2012
Two people were injured in a rear-end crash Tuesday morning at the intersection of U.S. 31 and M-45.
3:02 PM Nov 6, 2012
Police arrested two people believed to be connected to between 100 and 150 home burglaries in eight Michigan counties during a 12- to 14-month period.
1:02 PM Nov 6, 2012
Local high school seniors are securing plans for after graduation.
12:02 PM Nov 6, 2012
Ballots in a southwestern Michigan county have the wrong race for state appeals court.
11:02 AM Nov 6, 2012
Area residents have voiced their support of a proposed campground on the city's Harbor Island.
10:30 AM Nov 6, 2012
A total of five Western Michigan Christian graduates will be playing in postseason soccer tournaments this week.
10:28 AM Nov 6, 2012
Spring Lake High School sailors took the top two places at Saturday's Turkey Leg Regatta, a meet that features teams from more than a dozen different high schools. The event took place on Spring Lake.