ArtPrize On Screen, a new film competition presented by the Waterfront Film Festival, will showcase more than 20 films during ArtPrize 2015.
Twenty-five years later, a man has been found guilty in the death of a young man who was killed while walking home from a Grand Rapids bar.
The Grand Rapids Police Department opened its training to city employees, community members and a handful of reporters.
A woman told 24 Hour News 8 that she was kicked out of Festival of the Arts this past weekend because she had her therapy dog with her.
If you want to argue a traffic ticket, you are going to have to go to court. But that might not be the case for long.
A woman who caused a fatal wrong-way crash on I-96 near Grand Rapids is headed to prison.
The voice of Tim Allen lured more than 750,000 people to Grand Rapids last year, a new survey finds.
Recent statistics show the number of fire-related deaths are on the rise in Michigan.
The rain and wind didn’t stop a trio of golf pros from hitting the course Sunday to raise money for a major downtown Grand Rapids ministry.
Starting Monday, there are going to be double-lane closures on southbound US-131 in Grand Rapids.
Every year more than 30,000 people in the U.S. commit suicide, according to the Suicide Prevention Coalition.
Whatever you’re in the mood for there is a food stand for you. But have you ever thought about what goes into making that food?
School is out for the summer for most students in West Michigan, but how can you keep your teen off the streets and out of trouble?
A baby likely died because he was sleeping in bed with his mother and now she’s turning to social media.
The GR Home for Veterans was recently accused of not buying a license to allow residents to continue to buy and share meals at its facility.
Opening ceremonies for 2015’s Festival of the Arts are about to begin in downtown Grand Rapids.