7:59 AM Jun 28, 2014
Police said a shirtless man carrying a 4-foot metal pipe charged a Muskegon County Sheriff's Department cruiser before being thrown onto the windshield of the vehicle.
7:00 AM Jun 28, 2014
Grand Haven Area Public Schools has renewed contracts for nearly 300 members of its staff.
6:00 AM Jun 28, 2014
A chance for rain and storms all weekend.
1:24 AM Jun 28, 2014
Castro's solo homer in 11th lifts Astros to 4-3 win
11:18 PM Jun 27, 2014
Ohio State coach leads Buccaneers' wrestling clinic
8:15 PM Jun 27, 2014
(CORRECTION) In a Thursday story about Michigan's unemployment rates, The Associated Press reported incorrect numbers for May. The numbers in the story were from May 2013, not May 2014.
7:00 PM Jun 27, 2014
Around Muskegon, people are talking about "Freedom," but not because it's almost the Fourth of July.
6:03 PM Jun 27, 2014
Thumbs up to the Grand Haven middle school equestrian team ...
5:00 PM Jun 27, 2014
Susan of Grand Haven asked, “I’ve been noticing Little Free Libraries in town at places like Bolt Park, Mary A. White School and the city marina, and I’m wondering where the other Little Free Libraries are located throughout the city.”
3:45 PM Jun 27, 2014
European leaders mark World War I centennial.
2:59 PM Jun 27, 2014
Tradition plays an important role in the Tri-Cities, and history and tradition often go hand in hand.
2:02 PM Jun 27, 2014
The Michigan Press Association public policy staff is meeting with members of the state House Committee on Local Government to follow up on testimony given recently on House Bill 5560, which would pull newspaper-based notices and place them on government websites.
1:00 PM Jun 27, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday signed into law timelines and processes for testing rape-evidence kits, a move backers said will ensure Michigan avoids encountering a backlog of the magnitude discovered after it took over Detroit's crime lab five years ago.
12:00 PM Jun 27, 2014
Colleen and Derek Warner want a much different life for their family than most.
10:55 AM Jun 27, 2014
A study finds that if water levels remain low on the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River they will have a negative economic impact on the region that could reach $18 billion by 2050.