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Damage from a southwest Michigan apartment complex fire believed to have been sparked by a resident trying to cook a squirrel with a propane torch is estimated at $1.4 million.
Authorities say person using a propane torch in preparing to eat a squirrel may have sparked an apartment complex fire that displaced dozens of people in southwestern Michigan.
Mayor Kurt Dykstra is optimistic that a fundraising campaign could raise enough money to restore the Holland landmark.
State health officials on the west side of the state say the number of people reporting illness after eating at a restaurant in Holland has now reached 150.
An 84-year-old Holland woman has realized her dream — of jumping out of a plane from 10,000 feet.
The Michigan Department of Transportation and Indian Trails Inc., have teamed up to install “hearing loop” technology on a fleet of 17 motorcoaches operating 34 scheduled routes that serve passengers throughout Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.
Three 40-foot motorhomes have been stolen in the past month and a half, and police are seeking two men as part of an organized theft ring they believe is operating in West Michigan.
The annual Tulip Time festival in West Michigan is looking like it might be more of a “stemfest” thanks to unseasonably warm weather that brought out blooming flowers earlier than usual this year.
The Michigan Supreme Court says people can resist police officers who unlawfully enter their homes.