The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fire that destroyed a storage building at Grose Park in Chester Township.
MUSKEGON COUNTY — A trial is underway for a man police rescued while swimming in Lake Michigan near the Grand Haven pier in August 2019.
GRAND RAPIDS — U.S. Attorney Andrew Birge announced today that U.S. District Judge Paul L. Maloney sentenced Hasan Zahdeh, a former resident of Muskegon, to 14 months in a federal prison for embezzling Michigan Union of Healthcare Workers’ (MUHW) funds.
The passenger in a car that collided with a semi-truck in Ottawa County’s Georgetown Township late last week has died from the injuries she suffered in the crash, police said Monday afternoon.
On Wednesday evening, Ottawa County Emergency Management and other involved government agencies received a National Response Center report of a partially submerged and stuck construction excavator in Lake Michigan.
The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two people in connection with the armed robbery at the T-Mobile store on the city’s north side on Aug. 18.
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.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a West Michigan man sent to prison for embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from an elderly widow, state Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Monday.
ZEELAND TWP. — The driver of a vehicle police say struck and killed a woman walking along westbound I-196 in Zeeland Township in the early morning of Aug. 15 has turned himself in to detectives from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
ROBINSON TWP. — No one was hurt when an SUV and a semi-truck collided at the intersection of Lake Michigan Drive (M-45) and 120th Avenue at about 1:45 p.m. Thursday.
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.
A 30-year-old Grand Rapids man has been arrested and the identities of two other people are being sought for separate incidents in which the inner lighthouse was defaced on Grand Haven’s south pier.
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.
Grand Haven Department of Public Safety officers responded to a reported armed robbery at the T-Mobile store, 604 N. Beacon Blvd., at 3:03 p.m. Wednesday.
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.
The suspect in the fatal shooting of a sheriff’s deputy during a pursuit in southwestern Michigan had been involved in a car chase with another law enforcement agency earlier the same day, authorities said Monday.
A Coopersville man convicted in June of involuntary manslaughter in the 2019 fatal shooting of his wife was ordered to serve a minimum of almost seven years in prison when sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
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.
A suspect is dead and a Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s deputy is in critical condition following a chase and an officer-involved shooting early Saturday evening in Kalamazoo County.
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.
The crowds were under control and created no major issues at this year’s Coast Guard Festival, according to Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke.
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.
A 57-year-old Conklin man who was convicted of torturing and killing two horses in 2011 had three felonies removed from his record following a hearing Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
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.
The number of officers who have died by suicide in wake of their response to the January insurrection at the U.S. Capitol doubled late Monday, with the Metropolitan Police Department in the District of Columbia confirming the death of a third and fourth officer.
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.