It’s one thing to have to drive in downtown Grand Rapids for business these days; it’s another thing when your business is driving downtown.
The days of sewage overflows and no contact orders with the Grand River in Grand Rapids are long gone.
The newest development in Grand Rapids’ Eastown neighborhood is finished and almost full.
A man offered an unusual plea deal that he thought was unjust may be regretting not taking the offer.
A new study reveals black and Hispanic drivers were pulled over by Grand Rapids police at a higher rate when compared to other motorists.
Police are investigating after a fight at a Grand Rapids bar sent a man to the hospital.
The annual Kids Count report takes a look at four main categories to see how children are doing around the state.
Michigan’s big apple industry had given rise to a robust cider industry.
A number of new construction projects are slated to begin across West Michigan Monday.
Power has been restored to more than 1,600 people after an outage on Grand Rapids’ West Side Saturday.
Protesters took to the streets in dozens of cities nationwide Saturday to call on President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
The City of Grand Rapids is responding to a lawsuit over calls recorded on a phone line officers believed to be non-recorded.
Lowes has fired the customer service representative who sent a Grand Rapids woman a vulgar and threatening email.
A woman is heading to prison in connection to the fatal stabbing of a man in downtown Grand Rapids.
The four-by-four crashed through the windshield, landing inches from the driver’s seat.