It has been more than four months since the last murder in the City of Grand Rapids, which police say is a direct result of the harsh winter.
Crooks have been using Zillow.com and other trusted real estate sites to rip off people looking to rent.
Examiner.com’s BeerCity USA poll — which Grand Rapids has won for two consecutive years — will not take place this year.
The Michigan Department of Corrections has issued two fines totaling $100,000 to the private company that runs its kitchens.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said it arrested 57 immigrants who have either been convicted of a crime or violated immigration law.
Grand Rapids police are investigating after a man believed to have been hurt in connection to a shooting showed up at a local hospital Tuesday evening.
With more snow expected, the City of Sturgis has issued a city-wide snow removal emergency, effective at 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Deep potholes and wide cracks earned Kalamazoo Avenue between Hall and Burton Street the lowest road quality road rating.
An Ada Township apologized Tuesday for stabbing another teen before being sentenced to prison.
In Michigan, if a high school student is a legal adult, a teacher can engage in a sexual relationship with him or her without fear of criminal charges.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum will reopen its planetarium this weekend after months of renovations.
The Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel drama “The End of the Tour” is expected to spend $2.1 million in Michigan, mostly in the greater Grand Rapids area.
A man who was found guilty of a 2012 Grand Rapids double homicide has been sentenced.
Search efforts continue for the Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared without a trace while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Three people were injured, including one who had to be flown to a Grand Rapids hospital, in a wreck in Montcalm County Tuesday morning.
Voting records are raising questions in the investigation into the discovery of a Pontiac woman’s mummified body.