ARTICLES

Rising rivers reach flood warning

April 15, 2014
| By AP
Flood warnings are in effect along rivers in a wide swath of the region, as rising water from heavy rain and snow melt threatens some structures. Read More

Police use tear gas on university students

April 14, 2014
| By AP
Police used tear gas over the weekend to quell a disturbance by a crowd of university students. Read More

DTE truck causes outage for 1,800 Consumers Energy customers

April 10, 2014
| By AP
About 1,800 Consumers Energy customers in a local town lost power Wednesday after a DTE Energy truck drove through their downtown. Read More

Man faces jury trial for $46M investment fraud

April 1, 2014
| By AP
Jury selection is starting in the trial of a Grand Rapids-area man who is accused of a $46 million investment scheme that left hundreds of people broke. Read More

Bottled-water maker partners with 'Pure Michigan'

March 20, 2014
| By AP
A Michigan company is partnering with “Pure Michigan” to showcase some of the state's natural beauty on its packaging. Read More

Scaffold collapses on construction workers

March 17, 2014
| By AP
Construction workers in the region were injured when a scaffold collapsed outside a hotel construction site. Read More

Jury rules factory workers were on the clock

March 14, 2014
| By AP
A jury said a national meat brand violated federal law by not paying local workers for time that should have been on the clock. Read More

LaughFest breaks another world record

March 7, 2014
| By AP
Gilda’s LaughFest unofficially broke another world record Thursday night. Read More

'The Middle Distance' films in region

March 4, 2014
| By AP
A film shot in three communities in the region is getting some help from the state. Read More

LaughFest eyes next world record

February 25, 2014
| By AP
LaughFest is looking for people to help with its next record-setting event. Read More