A 24-year-old homicide suspect has a history of suicide attempts and involuntary commitments to mental health facilities.
Marshall Chavez passed away this past week as a long time leader in Latino Community.
Demolition crews are clearing the way for a multi-million dollar development that would bring a Meijer store closer to downtown Grand Rapids…
Founders Brewing Co. announced Tuesday it’s making the move to Detroit to open a taproom.
Six students were injured Tuesday morning after a crash involving a school bus in Grand Rapids.
Longtime Calvin College and Notre Dame philosophy professor Alvin Plantinga has won one of the world’s leading religion prizes.
In 100 days, Grand Rapids will become the first city in Michigan to ever host the State Games of America.
Founders Brewing Co., arguably the biggest name in Grand Rapids beer, may be branching out of West Michigan.
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services is moving about 20 men from Jellema House in Heritage Hill to its main campus in Cutlerville.
Grand Rapids is holding a meeting Tuesday to get input on whether it should buy automated license plate readers for the parking department.
A 24-year-old man charged in the murder of a Grand Rapids man will remain in jail for now.
Marshall Chavez, the owner of El Sombrero and leader in the West Michigan Latino community, has died.
A 12-year-old, 14-year-old and 16-year-old are in juvenile detention accused of gun crimes.
Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed a former Grand Rapids firefighter as the state’s new fire marshal.
A program in Grand Rapids is working to bring up high school graduation rates and students to college.