A 21-year-old commercial snowplow driver is expected to be arraigned Friday on charged connected to a fatal hit-and-run crash in Wyoming.
Howie Mandel will headline the LaughFest festival in March.
The Grand Rapids Police Department says it is looking for more people to join its expanding volunteer program.
Organizers of the Fifth Third River Bank run announced changes for this year’s event Wednesday.
There is a new addition at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Wednesday.
Depending on where you live, leaving your car to warm up for a few minutes on a subfreezing morning could mean a ticket.
Around a dozen vehicles have flat tires after hitting a large pothole on Market Avenue SW in Grand Rapids.
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers across West Michigan lost power as the high winds brought down tree limbs and power lines.
A stronger version of heroin is threatening the lives of police and their K-9s.
Grand Rapids gospel singer Marvin Sapp has a new plan for a shuttered Catholic church in Muskegon.
Protesters took to the streets of Grand Rapids to voice opposition to the incoming administration’s selection for secretary of education.
While West Michigan’s economy slowed last month, it’s not a sign of what’s to come, according to a Grand Valley State University economist.
With the temperatures dropping, an annual problem is on the rise.
Grand Rapids police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a missing man.
The assistant prosecutor who was involved in an alcohol-related crash is resigning from the Kent County Prosecutor’s office.