The popular Uber ride-sharing program rolled out in Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo Thursday.
Flames and thick smoke rose from a fire at a housing unit on the Grand Rapids’ northwest side. (July 24, 2014)
A homeless man was sentenced to prison Thursday for the murder of another homeless man in 2013.
The day after a fire destroyed a housing unit in Grand Rapids, firefighters are still working to put out pockets of fire buried by debris.
Uber uses smartphone apps to dispatch drivers who use their own personal vehicles to give people rides.
R&B singer Keith Sweat has canceled his concert at DeVos Performance Hall in August.
Organizers announced LaughFest will return to Grand Rapids March 5-15, 2015.
A longtime Christian radio host who has already been charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy now faces federal charges.
Grand Rapids police say shots were fired after a man on a bicycle was intentionally hit by a car.
So far this year, nearly 100 undocumented children have arrived in Michigan, many of them coming to Grand Rapids.
The first year commercial-grade fireworks were legal was not a good year in terms of incidents related to fireworks in Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department, practically dormant these last few years due to budget cuts, is alive again.
Grand Rapids city commissioners have moved one step closer to creating a parking permit zone in one northeast-side neighborhood.
The Grand Rapids Police Department released its six-month crime statistics Tuesday, showing that crime in the city is at a 30-year low.
The Grand Rapids Public School board approved the layoffs of about 92 employees at Monday night’s meeting.
As the death toll in Gaza continues to rise, demonstrators supporting both Israel and Palestine gathered in Grand Rapids.