A day before his swearing-in, Donald Trump’s team was being coy about when and how he plans to cross items off his Day One to-do list.
One Grand Rapids Christian group is asking people to put aside political differences and instead pray for our nation.
More than 80 employees at the Sears in Woodland Mall will lose their jobs when the store closes in about two months.
A man tripped while trying to stop a bus in downtown Grand Rapids Thursday evening, causing the bus to run over his arm.
An old law in Michigan that slowed down the process for many home buyers will soon be off the books.
Firefighters pulled two people from a duplex fire in Kalamazoo Township Thursday morning, but one of them later died at the hospital.
The use of stun guns to subdue a state prisoner in September did not lead to his death, the Ionia County prosecutor said.
Developers of the $63.5 million, 14-story project have switched gears.
Miguel Ferrer, who brought stern authority to his featured role on “NCIS: Los Angeles” and, before that, to “Crossing Jordan,” has died.
The southbound lanes of US-131 have reopened in Kalamazoo following a tanker fire.
The man accused of stabbing and killing his co-worker last week thought the victim was in a rival gang, Cass County authorities say.
A man accused of sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl and recording it on his cellphone has entered into a plea agreement.
Schools and offices are emptier and doctors’ offices are busier as viruses make their rounds in West Michigan.
It’s a reminder that spring isn’t too far off: the West Michigan Whitecaps’ annual winter banquet.
The owners of The Green Well Rockford have signed a 10-year lease for the former home of Reds on the River.
Holland Township is expected to vote Thursday evening on a plan to build a new pedestrian bridge to Windmill Island Gardens.
The final batch of commutations is the most any U.S. president has issued in a single day.
Donald Trump arrived in Washington for three days of festivities and pledged to unify a nation that is divided and clamoring for change.
The NFL and officials in Nevada confirmed Thursday that the team is asking league owners to approve the move.
Dozens of engineers in Kent County are losing their jobs as GE Aviation trims its workforce.