The family of a man who went missing last month is offering a $5,000 reward for information on his disappearance.
One of three GRPD officers who handled an ex-assistant prosecutor’s crash is awaiting the results of a termination appeal hearing.
A West Michigan woman got a special delivery over the weekend thanks to Target 8 and Samsung.
We’re hearing more and more about kids learning how to code, but technology classes have missed many kids of color in the inner city.
It was an emotional day in court as a Wyoming man appeared in court on charges tied to the deadly Montcalm County crash.
Two political rallies, one in favor of President Donald Trump and one in opposition, were held in downtown Grand Rapids on Saturday.
A Grand Rapids man is once again facing charges for making online threats against Jewish people.
Josh Kuiper wasn’t prosecuting a case when he returned to a Grand Rapids courtroom Friday.
Protesters and supporters of President Donald Trump will once again take to the streets of downtown Grand Rapids this weekend.
Encouraging diversity and racial equity were major themes at Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss’ second State of the City address Thursday.
Grand Valley State University says it has reached an agreement with a group that said its free speech was unfairly restricted on campus.
The financial struggle for ArtPrize is officially over.
GVSU officials hope the scholarship program will resolve a long-term problem: availability of talent.
Hundreds of people who entered Grand Rapids’ Cathedral of Saint Andrew Wednesday left with ash on their faces.
A man who attacked and shouted racial slurs at a Grand Rapids taxi driver will serve some jail time.