The police union is fighting recommendations that proponents say would increase transparency in the Grand Rapids Police Department.
A list of some of the events happening in West Michigan on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The theme of Mayor George Heartwell’s last State of the City address was “clarifying moments.”
Experts released their economic and real estate forecast for West Michigan in 2015.
More than 150 entrepreneurs, designers and developers will participate in the sixth annual Startup Weekend in Grand Rapids.
People packed a public meeting at Kendall College Thursday night to talks about the continued development of Grand Rapids.
The Downtown Development Authority has approved $120,000 in grant money in the transformation of the Olds Manor Building.
The former Catholic Central tutor convicted of having sex with a 15-year-old student has been sentenced to eight to 25 years in prison.
Two elementary schools and a college in metro Grand Rapids received threatening letters, two of which contained suspicious powder.
There were only six murders in the city in 2014.
The driver of a pickup truck was arrested after he hit a Grand Rapids city bus with passengers on board Tuesday night.
Grand Rapids is placing a temporary moratorium on day care licensing requirements while it addresses concerns about regulation.
The man convicted of killing a Grand Rapids businessman in October 2013 will spend the rest of his life in prison.
City Manager Greg Sundstrom has announced a series of recommendations to increase transparency in GRPD.
Extreme cold has caused at least two sinkholes to open up in Grand Rapids.
All four people suspected in the fatal beating of a man on a Grand Rapids elementary playground have entered into plea agreements.