Michigan’s 11 Catholic bishops issued a statement opposing Friday’s ruling on same-sex marriage.
The City of Grand Rapids says all three city pools will be open on the Fourth of July.
“We love as deeply as any other couple and we have committed to each other for life,” said Colby Roanhorse.
Thousands of cyclists are expected to participate in the 3rd annual MSU Gran Fondo this weekend.
The man who was framed for sexual assaulting a 10-year-old girl in the early 1990s has been formally cleared.
The Grand Rapids Police Department says an officer who pulled out his Taser and ordered three kids to the ground acted appropriately.
Police in Grand Rapids are searching for a suspect who exposed himself to children on two separate occasions.
After landing a spot on Food Network Magazine’s 10 Best Fries List, HopCat will be offering free Crack Fries on July 1 to celebrate.
The country’s first year-round recreation center for children with weak immune systems is scheduled to open this fall in Grand Rapids.
A local doctor could be on the brink of a medical breakthrough, using new medication that could save the lives of children with cancer.
People gathered at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids Wednesday to remember the nine people killed in Charleston, S.C.
“We are now pretty much in the big leagues,” said Birgit Klohs of The Right Place, West Michigan’s economic development agency.
A man has been charged with murder in a February shooting that left a Grand Rapids man dead.
The vice president of sales for Valley Forge Flags announced the company will stop making confederate flags.
Kian Musgrove is only 3 years old, but getting poked with a needle is no big deal for him.
A large construction project on Grand Rapids’ West Side got a big boost Tuesday.