Police are looking for three suspects who threw fireworks onto Belknap Hill, starting a grass fire that led to a highway ramp closure.
It appears downtown Grand Rapids has transitioned away from just being a place where people come to work and leave after 5 p.m.
A Portage-based company has proposed a 42-story development in downtown Grand Rapids that would be the tallest building in Grand Rapids.
Power has been restored to nearly 5,000 Consumers Energy customers who were without power Thursday morning.
The large, unmarked motor home-looking vehicle parked could help answer whether the air in the surrounding neighborhood is safe.
The man who posted videos online in which he confronted alleged predators has started an online fundraising effort so he can hire a lawyer.
More than 50 restaurants are expected to take part in Restaurant Week Grand Rapids in August.
This year’s Grand Rapids Pride Festival took place in the shadow of the Orlando massacre, but it didn’t stop huge crowds from showing up.
Experts in flood management will get a firsthand look at flood-prevention efforts in Grand Rapids during a nearly weeklong gathering.
Grand Rapids police are investigating after a man was shot late Friday night.
A Kent County jury has found a man known as “Nighthawk” guilty of killing a woman in northeast Grand Rapids.
The Michigan Court of Appeals upheld Abigail Simon’s conviction, but said a judge should determine if she should get a different sentence.
With the Orlando nightclub massacre as a backdrop, the LGBTQ community is celebrating the 28th annual Grand Rapids Pride Festival.
Michigan Democrats are blasting the attorney general’s investigation into the veterans home, saying he previously brushed off complaints.
Police are searching for two suspects in connection to installing a skimming device in a gas pump at a Grand Rapids gas station.