(UPDATED: Wednesday 2:30 p.m.) A 37-year-old Spring Lake man was ticketed for disregarding a red light after he collided with a police cruiser late Wednesday morning at Robbins Road and Beacon Boulevard.
The abduction of two teenage siblings who were taken to Michigan and later released unharmed is believed to be drug-related, and the teens' alleged abductors "specifically targeted" the youths, Indianapolis police said Tuesday.
A Holland Township man in prison for stabbing another man in the neck during an argument is now facing a four-year felony of malicious destruction of police/fire property, in this case an Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department chair.
A pipe that burst during Michigan's deep freeze is being blamed for flooding the lower levels of a mostly vacant 38-story building in downtown Detroit with 2 million gallons of water, and authorities say weather was a factor in a fatal crash on a snow-covered road in West Michigan.
With the national spotlight shining on officer-involved shootings, public demand for equipping officers with body cameras has risen.
But how feasible is that, and do the benefits outweigh the setbacks?