Here’s what’s making news across Michigan today:
Local voters had a chance to get to know the candidates running for Ottawa County offices and the issues that’ll appear on their Aug. 2 primary election ballots.
Today: Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 69. Northwest wind around 17 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
GEORGETOWN TWP. — A Jenison man was sent to the hospital with serious injuries after a car crashed into his disabled vehicle following a previous crash, police said.
The National Weather Service is warning of dangerous swimming conditions on Lake Michigan beaches for the second time this week.
The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled against a Grand Haven man originally charged with election forgery four years ago.
This Fourth of July weekend, the Michigan Department of Transportation is removing lane restrictions on more than half of its road and bridge projects to ease traffic delays for holiday travelers.
They might shine brightly and mesmerize, but the handheld fireworks known as sparklers are not toys to hand off to the little ones — or to anyone.
In a few short days, residents and visitors of Grand Haven will be able to witness a fireworks display high above Dewey Hill and the waterfront.
The annual Fourth of July fireworks display brings thousands of people to downtown Grand Haven, but city officials say not to get there too early.
PARK TWP. — A 71-year-old Spring Lake man suffered minor injuries when his ultralight aircraft crashed Wednesday evening at the Park Township Airport.
The Fourth of July will be a full and lively day in the Tri-Cities.
WEST OLIVE — The Ottawa County Friend of the Court will likely get a new home — someday.