A man who already faced a perjury charge in connection to a fatal Grand Rapids shooting from 2015 is now accused of murder.
Two charter buses full of West Michigan residents who were stranded on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are finally back home.
This afternoon, GRPD held a gathering at the city commissioners chamber alongside guest speaker U.S. Attorney General of Western Michigan.
A former anchorman with WOOD-TV passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday.
The Great Skate Winterfest returns to Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids this weekend.
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and sentence of a Byron Center man who stole tens of millions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme…
Workers at a site in Grand Rapids’ Belknap neighborhood say they’re being unfairly ticketed while parking there.
A building that’s been a part of Grand Rapids’ skyline for more than a century is about to get a facelift.
Mercy Health has a new way to transport its tiniest patients in need of more care.
The names of the 11 candidates to fill a vacant Grand Rapids City Commission seat were announced Tuesday.
Founders Brewing Company is once again expanding.
Smoke alarms are being credited with helping a couple to escape their burning home on Grand Rapids’ West Side.
Street signs posted along Division Avenue in Grand Rapids meant to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have faded.
The march may have been canceled but tonight’s Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration is still on.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March hosted by Grand Rapids Community College has been canceled.