Snyder has ordered that flags be lowered to honor three Michigan Marines who were killed in a helicopter crash off the coast of Florida.
Italy’s highest court overturns Amanda Knox murder conviction, closing legal saga.
Forest Hills Public Schools superintendent said that he may look at rezoning some schools within the district after a parent’s concerns.
GRPD says its mobile command unit will be set up near the Chicken Coop on S. Division Friday night.
At 5 feet 10 inches tall, 170-pounds, Lourawls ‘Tum Tum’ Nairn Jr. may be small in stature, but those numbers hardly reflect the size of his…
Autopsies are underway on the bodies of two children found in a freezer in their Detroit home.
It’s times like this when all the frustration seems worth it to Tom Izzo. The ups and downs have given way to another NCAA Tournament run.
A business owner has given thank-you bonuses totaling about $5.75 million to 570 workers at factories in West Michigan.
Prosecutors have dropped a felony charge against a woman who drove over a man lying in the road because he had been hit by another driver.
“I believe he led us there to find her, to clear his conscience.”
A doctor says a Detroit boy missing for 11 days told authorities that he was sent to the basement because he couldn’t do a rigorous workout.
A woman accused of abusing her infant son since birth entered a plea in the child abuse case.
The teen who left her newborn on the side of a dirt road in Newaygo County last summer admitted to fourth-degree child abuse.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers.
Gov. Snyder has used his pardon powers to clear the drunken driving conviction of a Detroit-area lawyer.
Two suspects have been identified in connection to the shooting of Rapid buses and vandalism in the Kentwood area.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a bogus business claiming to have an office in Grand Rapids.
Prosecutors say a Colorado woman accused of removing a baby from an expectant mother’s belly will not face murder charges.
The Legacy Trust Award Collection is a art contest for artists with disabilities removing barriers into ArtPrize.
Grand Health Partners and Mercy Health Saint Mary’s treat the mind and the body to help patients lose weight.
DeGraaf Interiors is holding its first-ever warehouse sale.
Kids’ Food Basket is declaring March 27 “Go Orange Day” to raise awareness for childhood hunger.
Angela Simmons, daughter of Rev. Run, will present at the Metropolitan Vogue Fashion Show.
Two Scotts Barbecue specializes in dry rub style barbecue and homemade sides.
Volunteers help foster puppies to become service dogs for Paws with a Cause.
Lisa “Hungry Girl” Lillien shares healthy eating tips through her show and on her website.
Six fire departments worked together to put out a large fire at a horse barn in Van Buren County.
Kids’ Food Basket is asking people to wear orange on Friday to raise awareness for childhood hunger.
National Girl Scout cookie sales have skyrocketed this year causing huge delays in local delivery dates.
The NorthPointe Christian boys basketball team is headed to the state championship game.
The military dropped 60,000 copies of a leaflet over Syria that depict potential Islamic State recruits being fed into a meat grinder.
Street performers will be allowed to perform in Saugatuck without paying for a permit under an agreement filed in federal court.
Jimmy Howard made seven saves, but allowed three goals in the first before being pulled for backup Petr Mrazek.
A teen who was stabbed while attempting to rob a Grand Rapids apartment is headed to prison.