After nearly a decade, the annual Hot New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Grand Rapids is coming to an end — at least for this year.
A woman was shot Saturday night on the south side of Grand Rapids.
Exodus Place and Answer Health on Demand show off how telemedicine can help men struggling with homelessness
A Grand Rapids police officer accused of driving drunk will serve probation and pay a fine.
A group of students say rules for the school’s two Free Speech Zones limit their freedom of speech.
Now is the community’s chance to step in and support the team at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
A diabetes drug developed in Kalamazoo is showing promise in treating Parkinson’s disease.
No one was injured after a vehicle crashed into a Grand Rapids apartment building Wednesday evening.
Despite the anticipated drop in new jobs, W.E. Upjohn Institute expects general employment to rise 1.1 percent statewide.
The FBI agent who allegedly fired shots at a Grand Rapids police officer felt paranoid at the time of the incident, his attorney said.
LaughFest announced some of the comedians coming to Grand Rapids in March.
Michelle Walker has given birth to three children, but Sunday’s delivery was a first for her.
Grand Rapids police say a man who fired three shots at one of their officers works for the FBI.
The 10- to 20-year plan for the future of Grand Rapids tourism would cost more than $200 million in public and private money to pull off.
Megan Ruestman had purchased hundreds of dollars in supplies to help her underprivileged students.