In West Michigan severe weather is something we all need to be ready for. When it strikes, it is important to have a plan.
Organizations in the community are stepping up and helping storm victims. The Salvation Army setup a canteen in the area affected by Sunday …
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The National Weather Service says a second tornado touched down in West Michigan Sunday in Ionia County.
Puckett, the dog that went missing after a tornado hit the boarding facility where he was staying Sunday, has been found safe.
Here’s how you can donate to the American Red Cross or Salvation Army to help victims of the recent storm.
The American Red Cross will hand out clean-up kits for those affected by Sunday night’s storm and tornado on Wednesday.
People who have units at a S. Division Avenue storage facility have not been allowed onto the property to access their belongings.
The National Weather Service’s Grand Rapids office will soon install a new system that could better spot spin-up tornadoes.
Wyoming’s Ideal Park was devastated in Sunday night’s tornado.
A shortage of skilled laborers could delay home repairs in Kentwood and Wyoming after Sunday night’s storm and tornado.
The cities of Grand Rapids, Kentwood and Wyoming have outlined plans for disposal of tree debris following Sunday night’s storm.
Wyoming city officials have closed Ideal Park — a park that was in the path of the EF-1 tornado Sunday — due to heavy damage.
One of the dogs staying at a boarding facility in Wyoming that was damaged by an EF-1 tornado is still on the loose.