GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - It's now illegal to sell, buy, or possess spice in Michigan. The new law was just signed by Governor Snyder last week.
It closes a loophole in the 2010 ban that outlawed specific chemical formulas. The new ban targets a broad list of chemical compositions and increases penalties.
Selling K-2 or similar substances is now a seven-year felony. Possession is a two-year felony, and use is a one-year misdemeanor.
11 fire departments from several counties were called out to a fire at an adult entertainment club Wednesday afternoon.
Holland police were searching for 28-year-old Mark Steven Randall Harris, who was considered armed and dangerous, but arrested him late Wednesday night.
Those receiving the 2013 White House holiday card will see a design made by a Grand Rapids artist.