Here’s what’s making news across Michigan today:
ROTHBURY — Michigan State Police released its final report on this year's Electric Forest Festival.
Today: Sunny, with a high near 74. North-northeast wind 5 to 8 mph becoming northwest in the afternoon.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
MUSKEGON TWP. — Personal belongings were being removed from the home of accused killer Jeffrey Willis on Tuesday morning.
HOLLAND TWP. — Two men escaped injuries when a van collided with a semi-truck early Tuesday morning in a Holland Township intersection.
Students from four local high schools logged a combined 7,933 volunteer hours this year through the Greater Ottawa County United Way's Students Live United program.
After school dismissed for the summer, a group of White Pines Intermediate School students set out on a six-day educational adventure to California.
The state House and Senate are on a summer break, so, rather than votes, this report contains some recently proposed constitutional amendments of interest.
At 3 percent, Ottawa County maintained the lowest unemployment rate of the state’s 83 counties in May.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Family members closed the door on the dryer after discovering their clothes on fire early Tuesday morning, and that action “probably saved a lot of their house,” said Grand Haven Township Fire Rescue Lt. Shawn Schraeder.
Grand Haven Township officials are trying to determine the best course of action for funding expansion of their non-motorized pathway network.
COMMERCE TWP. — Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday signed into law a $16.1 billion education budget, which includes a per-student spending increase ranging from $60 to $120 to decrease the gap between higher- and lower-funded public school districts.
A Benton Harbor man convicted of being high while causing a fatal crash in Ottawa County last year was sent to prison Monday.
The twinkling glow of the Grand Haven south pier catwalk will be going dark for a while.