A federal judge has ordered Huntington Bank to pay $83 million in connection with the CyberNET case.
The woman says she has been fighting with the TSA for years after being fined for trying to carry apple butter onto a flight.
Grand Rapids Public Schools said Wednesday marked its second-best count day in two decades.
Gov. Rick Snyder spent the day in Grand Rapids on Wednesday, attending the State Universities Summit.
A Christmastime tradition in downtown Grand Rapids has been saved.
Two brothers have been sentenced for hiding a $100,000 pulling tractor and other assets from a bankruptcy trustee.
The Grand Rapids Home for Veterans has a new leader, following a shake-up that cost two top employees their jobs.
Harmony Brewery opened its newest location on Tuesday, mixing old and new at a familiar Grand Rapids site.
Grand Rapids Public Schools is literally banking on this year’s count day and budgeting for the smallest student loss in years.
The northbound US-131 ramp to eastbound I-196 in Grand Rapids has reopened following a crash, according to MDOT.
What may the biggest name in college athletics stopped in West Michigan Monday afternoon.
A man who received community support after his baby became ill decided to pay it forward by roofing a Grand Rapids family’s home.
Three teenagers are now charged in connection to a shooting and robbery that took place in a church parking lot.
The public and juried ArtPrize finalists have been named, but who has the right formula to win?
Police say a 53-year-old man who was hit by a car on Friday died as a result of his injuries.