TUESDAY, April 24
A 27-year-old West Olive man was killed in an officer-involved shooting Sunday in the West Olive Estates Mobile Home Community.
One of Staci Fountain's earliest memories as a Michigan corrections officer is her "butt check."
Americans largely fear the country's relationship with Russia and China will get worse in the coming year, and despite signs of diplomatic progress with Kim Jong Un on nuclear weapons, nearly half say the same about North Korea.
The billboard is from the North Carolina Council of Churches, a statewide organization representing 18 Christian denominations in the state and 6,200 individual congregations.
A Grand Rapids Catholic school is trying to invalidate a nearly 50-year-old ban against using state aid for private education, arguing it is "anti-Catholic" and violates the U.S. Constitution.
More sunshine and warmer the next two or three days.
The Michigan Public Health Week Partnership has presented the Ottawa County Department of Public Health with the 2018 Jean Chabut Health Policy Champion award.
On the eve of 4/20 — the date most associated with marijuana legalization efforts — the Michigan Medical Marijuana Licensing Board gave preliminary approval to nine applications, denied two and postponed action on another potential business.
Ottawa County naturalist Curtis Dykstra said the cold weather pattern and strong winds earlier this month caused migrating birds to postpone their journey north.
The local school system is among 583 districts nationwide and 17 in Michigan to receive the national recognition.
Bob Genetski called David Hogg "an actor" on Twitter.
Local veterans Bob Wolniakowski, 88, and George Schippers, 85, of Grand Haven are among those who are taking part in today's Talons Out Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Judge won't order Flint bottled water program to resume; classes canceled after gunfire hits southern Michigan school