Moviegoers and theater owners are waiting for word from Hollywood on whether Sony Pictures will cancel the release of “The Interview.”
Get ready to go back in time this season with a look back on holidays past with Fubble Entertainment.
Strong winds hampered firefighters’ efforts to put out a house fire in Kentwood early Wednesday morning.
A meeting held between Gov. Snyder and leaders from the state Senate and House has ended without a plan on how to finance roads.
A mother faces child abuse and other charges after authorities say she gave her 10- and 12-year-old sons marijuana for medical reasons.
The man who arranged meetings for sex between a longtime Christian radio host and a boy was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison.
The United States and Cuba have agreed to establish diplomatic relations and open economic and travel ties.
Fourteen owners or employees of a Massachusetts pharmacy were charged Wednesday in connection with a 2012 deadly meningitis outbreak.
Founders Brewing Co. has partnered with Spain’s leading brewer to help expand its craft beer around the world.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport unveiled a new logo and promise for its customers.
A Grand Rapids woman says the person she paid rent to lied about being her landlord and made off with her money.
Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a party store while armed with a rifle.
Winter break is right around the corner and there’s plenty of activities happening in West Michigan to keep kids occupied.
A man linked to a Target 8 investigation about a rolled back odometer has been fined for operating as an unlicensed dealer.
For the first time in more than five years, gas prices have fallen below the $2 mark in West Michigan.
Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to sign bills subjecting boaters and snowmobilers to the same blood-alcohol limit as drivers.
The public is getting a chance to weigh in on whether Grand Rapids police officers should wear body cameras.
The pulmonary team at Spectrum Health can help guide you through diagnosis of asthma and how to find relief.
Carlson Laser Aesthetics offers Cellulaze, the first FDA approved treatment for cellulite.
Rockford Family Eyecare is celebrating its grand opening on Thursday.
Make a New Year’s resolution to save money with help from a financial advisor at Centennial Securities.
Will Play for Food is now an international organization that strives to ending childhood hunger.
New rock band will perform at the B.O.B. to benefit the Will Play for Food Foundation.
Watch highlights of four high school basketball games that took place Tuesday and the GVSU game vs Ohio Dominican.
Bobrovsky stopped 30 shots through overtime and two more in a shootout as the Columbus Blue Jackets outlasted the Detroit Red Wings.
A local economic development agency says 15,000 new jobs were created in West Michigan in 2014.
A Kalamazoo woman faces charges after allegedly driving a stolen golf cart down the street while drunk.
The Clemens Food Group operation will be in Coldwater Township. It is expected to create more than 800 jobs.
Two programs that produced remarkable turnarounds from a year ago will meet for a bowl game: Western Michigan and Air Force.
A Montcalm County man is facing criminal charges after allegedly hitting a bicyclist with his car and then driving away.
For many to feel like the Spartans had a successful season, they will need to win an 11th game.
Los Angeles prosecutors have declined to file any charges against Bill Cosby after a woman recently claimed he molested her around 1974.
The lawsuit filed by former Grand Rapids City Clerk Lauri Parks isn’t the blockbuster it appeared to be in the beginning.