Grand Rapids police are investigating after several gunshots were fired at a home early Wednesday morning.
A Grand Rapids man faces federal charges for allegedly smuggling guns from the United States to his native Lebanon.
A demonstration was held in Lansing in support of a United Methodist pastor who had to resign because he is gay.
The mother of a child murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary was in Grand Rapids to speak at a school safety conference.
A man was sentenced Tuesday after he convinced three teenage girls to send him explicit pictures of themselves to him over an app.
Mason-Oceana 911 emergency telephone lines are working again following an outage.
There is scaffolding all around the Michigan State Capitol dome and clearly something big is going on.
Grand Rapids continues to see a downward trend in the crime rate, according to figures for the first half of 2015.
An advisory committee for the project to restore the river in Grand Rapids is expected to be introduced in August.
After 27 years and some $400 million, the project to separate city sewer lines is done more than three years ahead of schedule.
A New Mexico dispatcher has been removed from duty after hanging up on a 911 caller who was trying to save a teen’s life.
Grand Rapids had gone 685 consecutive days without a temperature at 90 degrees or higher.
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs last season has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Goodell.
A Sparta-area couple caught in the middle of a scam was finally able to get their $3,000 back.
GRPD will soon start reaching out to citizens to get more feedback about interactions with officers.
The mother of Jamarion Lawhorn — the 13-year-old charged with murder — has been sentenced in a welfare fraud case.
Authorities have confirmed that a body found in a trash bin is that of a girl, 8, who disappeared from her California housing complex.
Michigan has improved incentives for a Chinese auto industry supplier’s planned $26.9 million Detroit facility.
Yoenis Cespedes homered for the Tigers, who’ve lost four of five to start a 10-game game road trip.
Young hockey players are being treated to a steady stream of NHL talent at the Grand Rapids Griffins Youth Hockey Camp.
Check out pictures from this week’s events at the Mary Free Bed Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp
A man who walked away from an adult group home west of Bangor has been located, Van Buren County authorities say.
Spectrum Health is set to begin construction this week on its newest facility near Ionia.
The Michigan Coastal Management Program is getting more than $2.5 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Attorneys for convicted spy Jonathan Pollard said the U.S. has granted his parole after 30 years in prison for spying for Israel.
A Grand Rapids man who was hauling 27 refrigerators was arrested for drunk driving, according to the Allegan County Sheriff’s Department.
Lincoln Lake Avenue NE, north of Lowell, has reopened after a farm vehicle overturned, according to Kent County Dispatch.
The Arizona Cardinals have hired Jen Welter to coach inside linebackers through their upcoming training camp and preseason.
Waterford Place is about to celebrate the opening of its new rehab center.
DeGraaf Interiors works with builders to add beautiful elements to new homes.
The Weight Management Program at Mary Free Bed uses a team approach to achieve long-term weight loss.
“Poisoning of the Pecks” is on the Grand Rapids Library’s GR Reads summer reading list.
The Chicago brewery has a new taproom with behind the scenes tours.