HASTINGS, Mich. (WOOD) - Officials in several West Michigan counties are reporting damage after strong storms hit late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
Tornado Warnings were issued late in the night for Barry, Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties.
The damage reports include downed trees and utility lines.
There were numerous power outages in West Michigan.
Storm Team 8 says it will be a warm and humid Wednesday. The morning showers and thunderstorms will likely give way to drier air in the afternoon. The highs will reach the low 80s, with partial sunshine emerging in the afternoon.
A plan to build an outlet mall in Byron Township did not move forward as expected Monday, MLive is reporting.
A bill before the House would hold back third-grade students who are not proficient in reading.
Power lines blocked busy 28th Street near the Grand Rapids-Kentwood border Monday evening.