Jeff DeYoung is trying to make sure his partner’s final days are just as unforgettable as their heartwarming reunion.
The shore is lined for a quarter-mile with a smelly, brown-green mass of sticky, rotting vegetation.
A double-homicide suspect wanted in Michigan turned himself in at a grocery store in South Bend after a 12-hour time frame as a wanted man.
Authorities say the suspect wanted in connection to two homicides in two counties is in custody.
He won’t be behind a podium at the White House, but it’s unlikely Sean Spicer will disappear from television.
Minneapolis police Chief Janee Harteau resigned Friday amid calls for new leadership in the department following last week’s shooting death.
A side street near 28th Street in Wyoming is shut down as a crews work to fix a water main break.
Cancer patients’ gray hair unexpectedly turned youthfully dark while taking novel drugs, and it has doctors scratching their heads.
At its commissioning, the USS Gerald R. Ford will become the most technically advanced carrier in the U.S. Navy’s fleet.
The White House has announced Sarah Huckabee Sanders as its new press secretary.
The Grand Rapids Symphony featured Brass Transit: The music of Chicago on Thursday for Picnic Pops at Cannonsburg Ski Area.
Authorities identified and arrested a suspect in the armed robbery of a gas station on Thursday.
The Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame has announced its 2017 class, featuring six local standouts.
If you’re looking for a fun-loving friend to add to your active family, look no farther than this week’s pets of the week.
Police have located a missing Galesburg man with dementia on Friday after a three-day search.
After eight years as the Kalamazoo County undersheriff, Paul Matyas announced that he will be retiring in fall 2017.
Consumers Energy crews have restored power to more than 1,400 homes and businesses in the East Grand Rapids area.
A former pastor convicted of trying to influence a Mecosta County jury is going to jail.
A settlement has been reached between two former Battle Creek Police Department leaders and the city.
This family-friendly event welcomes people of all ages and abilities – walkers, competitive runners and everyone in between.