Opening statements begin Tuesday in the trial for 13-year-old Jamarion Lawhorn who is charged with killing a 9-year-old boy.
Police say a 20-year-old man died following a shooting in Muskegon Heights early Sunday.
A large fire that started at a home in Sparta Tuesday morning spread to a neighboring home.
Terri DeBoer has been bringing you the “Daybreak” forecast for two decades. Check out eight things you probably don’t know about her.
It’s the newest trend in drug use, but it’s not new to your kids: drugs being sold through Facebook and Instagram.
It’s no surprise to parents that the cost of school supplies is a major expense and prices continue to go up every year.
Reps. Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat misused state resources and broke House rules, according to an report released Monday.
A company newly contracted to provide substitute teachers in Kent County is advertising to try to attract new substitutes.
A motorcyclist was hospitalized with serious injuries following a crash in Holland Township.
A Jenison man known for helping people received a surprise when family and friends came together to fix up his house.
Matthew Krueger allegedly set a fire in Oceana County, then rammed the gate at a Coast Guard station and assaulted someone.
Americans are dissatisfied, angry and distrustful of the government, according to a new poll.
A Tennessee man is facing first-degree murder charges after his wife died from injuries sustained in a weekend shooting.
The Washington Redskins have made a quarterback change: Kirk Cousins will be the starter this season, not Robert Griffin III.
A former Muskegon restaurant owner pleaded guilty to Social Security fraud.
Before GVSU students headed to class, they were educated on the realities of sexual assaults involving college students.
Four people could face charges after authorities found stolen property as they investigated a 13-year-old being shot with a BB gun.
A Kent County teenager has pleaded guilty to trying to kill his younger sister by stabbing her repeatedly.
It has been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast.
More than half a dozen artists transformed trash into treasured artwork that is scattered across Grand Rapids.
A judge has left the possibility open that Chad Curtis might face his victims as he prepares to defend himself against a lawsuit.