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TAMPA, Fla. — She gets to the hospital 20 minutes before her shift, walks through the lobby carrying a smoothie, hoping — but not believing — that today might be better than the day before.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Members of anti-government paramilitary groups implicated in an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan’s governor over measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus during a fraught election year also discussed abducting Virginia’s governor during a June meeting, an FBI agent testif…

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In a year where a global pandemic has wiped out most art shows, a group of local artists put their heads together and came up with a new type of event this past weekend.

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A Crockery Township man remains lodged in the Ottawa County Jail on charges related to an incident in which he barricaded himself inside his house and stood off police for several hours earlier this month.

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A phone call from the jail was played and Facebook Messenger communications between the defendant and the deceased read during the second day of the trial for a Ferrysburg man charged with supplying drugs that caused a Grand Haven woman’s death.

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A man who police say broke into two Coopersville-area homes and assaulted the residents was arraigned Thursday on four related charges in Ottawa County District Court in Grand Haven.

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A 19-year-old Allendale man was ordered to serve 60 days in jail and was put on probation for two years when sentenced Monday for a drunk driving crash that seriously injured a Detroit-area man near the Grand Valley State University campus.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Nine conservative federal appeals court judges, including four Trump appointees, insisted Tuesday that teachers at religious schools should not be allowed to sue their employers for alleged labor violations.

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A Fennville woman has pleaded not guilty to operating while impaired – a charge that resulted after she lost control of her vehicle and ran into a house on Beacon Boulevard in Grand Haven earlier this month.

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Anticipating the city’s upcoming medical marijuana ordinance, the previously banned industry is already showing an interest in Grand Haven.

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A Spring Lake man charged with delivering a controlled substance that caused a local woman’s death will have to wait a few more days to see if his case is moved up to the Circuit Court level.

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MUSKEGON — Defense attorney Terry Nolan said he plans to appeal a judge’s decision on evidence motions released Monday afternoon in Muskegon County District Court regarding a case involving the deaths of a couple with ties to the Nunica/Spring Lake area.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Jimmie “Peanut” Butler was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Grand Rapids to 262 months’ incarceration followed by 10 years of supervised release for conspiring to distribute more than 100 grams of heroin and conspiring to distribute cocaine and cocaine base.

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Mock trials, educational events and dinners for attorneys constitute Law Day activities across Michigan today (May 1).