FLINT (AP) — At least one person died and a 3-year-old child remained missing Tuesday after an overnight explosion and fire destroyed three homes in Michigan, damaged several others and sent debris falling onto a neighborhood, authorities said.
The driver of an SUV fell asleep at the wheel Monday afternoon and ran into the back of a semi-trailer on I-96 in Crockery Township, police said.
A worker was nearly electrocuted Thursday afternoon when the boom he was operating from a truck came into contact with overhead electrical wires at a construction site in Blendon Township.
A chain-reaction crash Tuesday afternoon in Holland Township involved a school bus loaded with children, but fortunately no one was injured, police said.
CHESTER TWP. — Arson and malicious destruction to property at an Ottawa County park estimated to be a loss of more than $300,000 is now the subject of a reward.
CROCKERY TWP. — A local man was injured in a fiery two-vehicle crash on Cleveland Street near Patchin Boulevard – between 130th and 136th avenues – in Crockery Township on Thursday.
A motorcyclist is in critical condition after hitting an Ottawa County Road Commission truck shortly before noon Wednesday on I-96.
ZEELAND — Ottawa County Emergency Management responded to an air release of a dry powder from Vertellus Chemical, 215 N. Centennial St. in Zeeland, at about 9 a.m. Tuesday.
A 21-year-old Muskegon woman suffered minor injuries in a one-car crash Tuesday morning on northbound U.S. 31, north of VanWagoner Road in Spring Lake Township.
James Street near Ottawa County buildings was closed for a short time Tuesday morning after a suspicious object was found unattended on the lawn in the area.
Two people were injured in a crash involving a dump truck and a pickup truck Monday morning on Lake Michigan Drive (M-45) at 144th Avenue, at the border of Robinson Township and Grand Haven Township.
Three people were injured Thursday when a car rear-ended another vehicle and bounced across the highway before taking down a large utility pole at the intersection of U.S. 31 and M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive) in Grand Haven Township.
A Spring Lake teenager was arrested following a road-rage incident that resulted in an injury crash Tuesday night in Robinson Township.
One man died and a woman was critically injured in a crash that occurred when the woman attempted a sudden U-turn Monday evening near the Ottawa County Fairgrounds in Park Township.
Police are working to identify a pedestrian killed in a hit-and-run incident early Sunday morning on the I-196 Business Loop east of 84th Avenue in Zeeland Township.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office released the name and charges related to the man who barricaded himself into a Spring Lake Township home Wednesday.
Police were able to end a nearly 17-hour standoff in Spring Lake Township peacefully Wednesday night after a barricaded, armed man surrendered and was taken into custody.
Area emergency crews were busy responding to calls of branches, trees and power lines down after a storm blasted across West Michigan late Tuesday night.
Traffic on M-104 was stalled for nearly an hour Tuesday afternoon due to a three-vehicle crash at the west intersection of Krueger Street in Spring Lake Township.
The ramp from westbound I-96 to 68th Avenue in Coopersville was closed for several hours for cleanup after a semi trailer caught on fire Sunday evening.
FERRYSBURG — A fuel leak at a Ferrysburg fuel terminal was stopped late Thursday night, a couple of hours after emergency crews responded to the facility on North Shore Drive.
A fuel leak at a Ferrysburg fuel terminal was stopped a couple of hours after emergency crews responded to the facility on North Shore Drive Thursday night.
A 74-year-old Spring Lake woman suffered serious injuries in a two-car crash Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Taft Street and 174th Avenue in Spring Lake Township.
A 22-year-old Grand Haven man suffered minor injuries and was ticketed for “several” traffic violations after crashing into a building off U.S. 31 south of Grand Haven late Monday afternoon, police said.
A man between the ages of 20 and 40 was in stable condition after being pulled from a car that went into the water at the Bass River Recreation Area in Robinson Township on Thursday morning, police said.
A Muskegon County fire chief suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash early Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Riley Thompson Road and Holton Road (M-120) in Muskegon County.
A 26-year-old Grand Haven-area man was injured while riding an all-terrain vehicle late Friday night on trails near 118th Avenue and North Cedar Street in Robinson Township.
Paramedics transported one driver to an area hospital following a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning at the intersection of M-104 and 144th Avenue in Crockery Township.
A 29-year-old man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after breaking through a window and jumping from a two-story roof at North Ottawa Community Hospital late Monday morning.