12:00 PM Jul 5, 2013
The federal government would spend $47 million for dredging and other harbor maintenance in Michigan under a bill awaiting a vote in the U.S. Senate.
11:55 AM Jul 5, 2013
A 29-year-old Spring Lake man suffered life-threatening head injuries when his motorcycle was hit by a car late Wednesday night in the east end of the Village.
10:52 AM Jul 5, 2013
Parents looking for ways to talk to their teen about drugs? There’s an app for that!
10:37 AM Jul 5, 2013
Were you, your child, or friends spotted by the Tribune's cameras on Independence Day?
10:00 AM Jul 5, 2013
After a foggy start, the 2013 Grand Haven community art project is getting ready to set sail.
9:00 AM Jul 5, 2013
Three people who ordered food at a Taco Bell drive-through in Grand Rapids got something more valuable: $3,600 in cash.
7:50 AM Jul 5, 2013
Although Michigan legislators recently approved changes to the state's foreclosure laws, they kept intact the six-month redemption period for homeowners.
7:00 AM Jul 5, 2013
A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 9 a.m. Mostly sunny, with a high near 78. South wind around 8 mph.
5:00 PM Jul 4, 2013
Not a lot going on this weekend, July 5-7, following the Fourth of July celebration and fireworks show on Thursday.
4:00 PM Jul 4, 2013
Traverse City's new $360,000 splash pad, which experienced a sewer backup that rained human waste-contaminated water on five or six children who were playing at the time of the problem, didn't have some permits that typically are needed, officials said.
3:00 PM Jul 4, 2013
Say, you should be a model. Sure.
1:24 PM Jul 4, 2013
The operator of a southeastern Michigan skydiving company says his pilot is blameless in a close encounter with a Spirit Airlines plane that forced the jetliner with 131 people aboard into a sharp evasive dive.
12:00 PM Jul 4, 2013
A $500,000 Consumers Energy project to help fish stay cooler on the Manistee River this summer could benefit species including brown trout and Chinook salmon, officials said.
10:01 AM Jul 4, 2013
The Michigan Senate adjourned Wednesday without voting on whether to expand government health insurance eligibility to more low-income adults — a move that was expected but was nevertheless disappointing to the bill's backers on the Senate floor and in its packed gallery.
9:00 AM Jul 4, 2013
A man has pleaded guilty to providing a gun to another man who killed seven people in Grand Rapids in 2011.