Police say at least two people were shot after apparently trying to rob two men they had arranged to meet on Craigslist.
Two psychotherapists and a Grand Rapids artist created the ArtPrize piece Breakthrough, with the help of hundreds of people.
Harmony Brewery opened its newest location on Tuesday, mixing old and new at a familiar Grand Rapids site.
Prosecutors are working to decide if an Oshtemo Township man should faces charges after fatally shooting another man.
The public and juried ArtPrize finalists have been named, but who has the right formula to win?
The Talsma Concert Series is back at Rosa Parks Circle in Grand Rapids for ArtPrize, featuring some well-known acts.
Grand Rapids Public Schools is literally banking on this year’s count day and budgeting for the smallest student loss in years.
A plan to return the City of Walker to a more traditional public safety management structure continues to move forward.
Former Rep. John Dingell, the longest-serving member of Congress in U.S. history, has been hospitalized in Detroit for a heart procedure.
The Battle Creek Police Department and Child Protective Services are asking for the public’s help locating a 5-year-old girl.
100 historical modillions that were removed from the capitol building during recent restoration work are for sale.
New head coach Todd Nelson is trying to make the most of the limited practice time before the season opens.
Sen. Bernie Sanders demanded Congress take steps to protect workers from companies retaliating against them for unionizing.
Michigan lawmakers want to make it costlier for stores that sell cigarettes to minors and the minors who illegally buy them.
A pet cat that was found with a crossbow bolt through his chest in a rural part of Eaton County is recovering after surgery.
The Michigan Public Service Commission has unveiled a natural gas price comparison website that’s designed to help consumers choose a provid…
The UAW is threatening to go on strike against Fiat Chrysler after its membership rejected a tentative contract deal with the company.
Several of the claims in a lawsuit filed by two former Battle Creek Police Department leaders against the city have been dropped.
It’s Week 7 of the high school football season, and our Frenzy crews will be all over West Michigan to bring you highlights of up to 22 game…
Marquis Gresham, 17, was shot and killed while walking to a post-season basketball tournament.
A city council candidate discovered a badly injured man while out asking voters for support and helped him until an ambulance arrived.