More than 400 students at a Grand Rapids school are now ready for whatever winter throws at them.
After you finish up your holiday shopping, you can turn your attention to helping others with the #GRgives program this Giving Tuesday.
It looks like Grand Rapids Police Department Chief David Rahinsky will continue to lead the force, at least for now.
An army of volunteers will be bustling in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, ensuring everyone has a warm meal.
Grand Rapids police say four people were hospitalized after they were struck by a vehicle following a crash on US-131.
The murder of tow truck driver Gerald Love marks the 14th homicide in Grand Rapids in 2017, the highest total in four years.
It’s that time of year again: Santa is coming to town
A former Michigan lawmaker who spent time behind bars is in trouble with the law again.
Authorities say the shootings stemmed from a deal to sell marijuana that was arranged online via Craigslist.
Family members of people who have given the gift of life will be walking in the Art Van Santa Parade in Grand Rapids Saturday.
After learning a few moves from the superhero cast, officers will take 13 kids to Friday night’s “Marvel Universe Live” performance.
The suspect in a Muskegon shooting that sparked an Amber Alert for three children has been arrested in Grand Rapids.
Thanksgiving is one week away, but the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum isn’t waiting to start its holiday celebration.
Several well-known comedians from movies and TV are coming to Grand Rapids for Gilda’s LaughFest in March 2018.
The Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer and Food Festival kicks off Thursday at DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids.