The Tigers of the Realm exhibit officially opens to the public on Saturday.
The city pools in Grand Rapids are opening about three weeks early thanks to a parks millage that voters passed in November 2013.
A U.S. Marine who served two tours of duty in Iraq said he is not surprised by what is unfolding in the country.
Earlier screening and help is closer to becoming a reality for everyone, a Network180 doctor said.
Local celebrities will duke it out Friday in the annual Put Cancer on the Ropes boxing fundraiser — and our Casey Jones will among them.
City residents Thursday voiced their opinions on regulations being considered for airbnb, an online travel accommodation site.
Despite the rain, 650 guests and their pets attended the Bissell Blocktail Party Wednesday evening.
A new state-of-the-art technology with huge benefits for cancer patients is now available in West Michigan.
About 3,000 homebrewers are in Grand Rapids for one of their biggest conferences yet.
A mother of a student who has autism said she was disappointed when her son was not involved in a kindergarten graduation event.
A Michigan woman has admitted her role in one of the nation's largest and longest running stolen identity refund fraud schemes ever prosecut…
A jackknifed semi-truck caused a traffic backup on the highway in Grand Rapids Wednesday evening.
Twin brothers accused of beating a Grand Rapids prostitute no longer face attempted murder charges.
The City of Grand Rapids is being blamed for flooding that forced the evacuation of Plaza Towers,
The first annual Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire will be held at the Grand Rapids Public Museum this summer.
A judge has ordered an ex-con to stand trial in the shooting death of a 20-year-old MSU student at his off-campus apartment.