Muskegon Township police are investigating a homicide after they responded to a car crash on northbound U.S. 31 and found the driver with a gunshot wound.
An increased police and fire presence has always been part of the big events during the Coast Guard Festival and that won’t change, according to Jeff Hawke, director of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
WEST OLIVE — Ottawa County commissioners are set to decide over enacting a policy that would ban drones and other forms of unauthorized recordings on county properties, except for during public meetings.
A continuously growing and changing Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office has led officials to reorganize the administrative levels and the create a third-in-command position, according to Sheriff Steve Kempker.
Update (Monday 8:10 p.m.): The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office would like to report that Rose McCaleb was located near her home in Grand Haven Township. She is being checked by local medical services and appears to be in good health.
HOLLAND — A pilot program by Hope College and Western Theological Seminary to provide a Christian liberal arts education to incarcerated men at the Muskegon Correctional Facility in Muskegon has shown such initial success that the college is now pursuing accreditation for a full Bachelor of …
An incident with personal watercraft, a severe thunderstorm watch announced shortly before 3:30 p.m. and waves washing over the pier prompted police to escort visitors off Grand Haven’s south pier and lock the gate Saturday afternoon.
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 20-year-old Grand Haven-area man is out on bond following a shooting incident that occurred Saturday morning on 128th Avenue in Robinson Township, next to Spinner’s gas station.
A man charged with breaking into his former girlfriend’s Grand Haven apartment and assaulting her, and then driving into and damaging some cars in the parking lot will go to prison for a minimum of 15 years.
An unruly crowd of young people caused police to close the south pier and then the day use area at the Grand Haven State Park on Sunday evening.
Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office deputies are participating in a “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign that started Thursday and continues through July 24.
This case is about gross negligence and ordinary care, prosecuting attorney Cara Wilkinson told the jury Thursday morning during closing arguments for the trial of Jaron Paul Chatman.
Both the prosecution and defense rested their cases Wednesday afternoon in the trial of an Ottawa County man accused of fatally shooting his wife in 2019.
A jury was seated Tuesday afternoon for the trial of a Coopersville man charged with an alleged accidental shooting that led to the death of his wife just days later.
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 Spring Lake woman, who said she was “in a bad spot” when her husband was sent to prison for sexually abusing a teen girl who had played on a club softball team he helped coach, was sentenced this week for a drug charge.
A Norton Shores woman was injured and a dozen headstones were damaged in a crash at the Spring Lake Township Cemetery early Tuesday morning.
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.