JENISON — Wednesday was National Missing Children’s Day, a time to recognize all the unsolved cases across America.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A group wanting to reverse a Grand Haven Township zoning decision made earlier this year has reached a necessary milestone.
The song “We Are Family” played over the intercom at Ferry Elementary School as students gave high-fives to graduating high school seniors walking throughout the hallways.
For the second time this year, Grand Haven’s skate park at Mulligan’s Hollow has been closed due to vandalism.
LANSING — During this Memorial Day holiday weekend, the Michigan State Police reminds motorists to make safety a priority during their holiday travel.
HOLLAND — A Holland Township woman could again be on the hook for a squirrel dinner gone horribly wrong.
Here’s what’s making news across the state today:
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Spring Lake has lost its second restaurant in as many weeks.
Today: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 3 pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 74. South wind 8 to 11 mph.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
SPRING LAKE — Saturday’s Tri-Cities Relay for Life cancer walk raised more than $29,000, according to leadership team member Jackie Vandenberg.
HOLLAND — Police have identified a 33-year-old suspect who they say was killed in a U.S. 31 crash after he fled a traffic stop Tuesday night.
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.
And what can I do with an expired car seat?
TRAVERSE CITY — Morel mushrooms have become a popular ingredient at The Cook's House in Traverse City, but this year they may not even be on the menu.