GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids city leaders held a press conference Sunday afternoon recapping the events from Saturday night and their plan to keep the city safe in coming days.
HOLLAND — The Holland salon owner who has opened her business, violating state orders requiring closure of nonessential businesses, is being charged with a misdemeanor.
WEST BLOOMFIELD (AP) — A man accused of making credible death threats against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel has been charged on a terrorism count, the Wayne County prosecutor's office said Friday.
LANSING — Tension mounted at Thursday's Michigan Capitol demonstration about Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's shutdown orders when two protesters fought over a noose display, and police confiscated an ax.
Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Kempker said his department had already been looking into the purchase of an ultraviolet light emitter when the COVID-19 outbreak began.
HOLLAND TWP. — The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash that occurred early Monday afternoon on Butternut Drive in Holland Township.
LANSING (AP) — A commission overseeing Michigan's Capitol can legally ban guns from the building, state Attorney General Dana Nessel said Friday, contradicting panel leaders' contention that only the Legislature can do so.
GEORGETOWN TWP. — A Grand Haven man suffered serious injuries when his motorcycle was struck by a car Thursday afternoon in Georgetown Township.
LANSING — Michigan’s attorney general on Tuesday backed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and told local law enforcement officials that her stay-at-home directive and restrictions on places of public accommodations are valid and enforceable despite Republican lawmakers’ refusal to extend an emergency de…
HOLLAND TWP. — A 55-year-old Grand Haven woman was injured when a pickup truck pulling a fifth-wheel camper changed lanes and struck her vehicle Tuesday morning.
LANSING — The Michigan appeals court has affirmed the murder conviction of an Ottawa County man who told police that he killed a neighbor on the day after Christmas because she was a nuisance to the neighborhood.
DALTON TWP. — A 69-year-old Muskegon Township man died in a single-vehicle crash Saturday evening on Holton Road near Old Orchard Lane in Muskegon County’s Dalton Township, police said.
MARNE — A 76-year-old Marne man died Saturday evening when he rolled an off-road vehicle and was pinned underneath it, according to the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
It wasn’t the ribbon-cutting celebration they were anticipating, but local officials say they were still happy to announce the completion of a state-of-the-art emergency radio system upgrade on Wednesday.
GRAND RAPIDS — Reports of car break-ins have become more frequent in recent weeks, which may be a byproduct of a more restless public grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, the executive director of the Kent County Silent Observer says.
NORTON SHORES — Attorney General Dana Nessel and Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson sent a cease-and-desist letter to a Muskegon-area landscaping company last week after it was found to be violating the state’s Stay Home, Stay Safe order.
A press release posted to the Manistee County Sheriff's Office Facebook page created more than a stir late Thursday as it stated the sheriffs of the state House 101st District — including Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole — voiced their opposition to some of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders.
LANSING — The Michigan attorney general's office is issuing court-authorized subpoenas in its investigation of a Muskegon business that has reportedly been accepting payments for face masks, including N-95 masks, but failing to provide consumers with the products, which have become highly so…
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers issued five citations over the weekend to boaters in violation of the governor’s stay-home order, but none of them involved the use of a motorized boat, according to the department.
WRIGHT TWP. — Two men were injured Wednesday night when their all-terrain vehicle slid and rolled down an embankment in the area of Comstock Street and Eighth Avenue in Wright Township.
The Ottawa Area Intermediate School District is working with the Ottawa County Emergency Operations Center to help meet the personal protection equipment needs of front-line responders in the county during the COVID-19 crisis.
Firefighters from two departments responded to a garage fire shortly after 7:30 p.m. Monday at a home near Griffin Elementary School in Grand Haven.
Face it, we're stuck at home, fearful of how the coronavirus pandemic could take away our loved ones, and ever so eager to latch onto quick solutions.
ROBINSON TWP. — The driver of one of the two vehicles involved in a crash in Robinson Township on Friday afternoon had to be pulled from her smashed vehicle and transported to an area hospital.
Even though the court buildings are closed to the public, the Ottawa County courts staff is continuing to provide essential services, whether it is from within the building or working remotely from home, according to Circuit Court Administrator Kevin Bowling.
PARK TWP. — The body of a man pulled from Lake Michigan near Ottawa County’s Tunnel Park on Thursday afternoon was identified Friday as that of a Muskegon man missing for the past month.
Grand Haven police are stepping up overnight security as more businesses close due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Michigan executive order to “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives.”
Ottawa County police agencies say they are receiving a large volume of complaints about people violating Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives” emergency order.
Residents should be on high alert in advance of the potential stimulus payment that could be approved Friday, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warned Thursday.
Local police say they have seen an increase in domestic violence calls as the state locks down on human interaction in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The 20th Circuit, 58th District and Ottawa County Probate courts announced Friday that access to courtrooms and other spaces is now limited to no more than 10 persons, including staff, effective immediately.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A Grand Haven Township man was arrested Thursday night after pointing a gun at police who responded to a call of a domestic violence situation.
HOLLAND — The body of a teenage girl missing since New Year’s Day and presumed drown was discovered Thursday night in the water off Holland State Park.