Chakila Hoskins has entered pieces in ArtPrize for each of its eight years, but this year is the first time jurors have recognized her.
Just when many drivers were getting comfortable with the roundabout at Wealthy and Jefferson, the city changed the lanes.
A plan to bring a grocery store to downtown Grand Rapids is getting financial backing from the state.
WOOD TV8 is teaming up with ArtPrize Eight to help you navigate the more than 1,400 entries in this year’s competition.
Grand Rapids police responded to the city’s southeast side Monday night after two people were shot.
Five jurors were charged with whittling down all of ArtPrize Eight’s entries and have named five finalists in each category.
The man accused of intentionally ramming his car into three pedestrians allegedly asked to be locked up but was denied just days before.
Grand Rapids police say a man was injured after being struck with an object and shot on the city’s southeast side.
Over the past few weeks, 10-year-old Ayden Quimby has collected more than 130 blankets to pass out to the homeless in Grand Rapids.
After mandatory life sentences for juveniles were found unconstitutional, Prosecutor Forsyth asked the court to reconsider the sentence.
Grand Rapids police say a missing woman was safely located out of state and has been reunited with her family.
The Michigan State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested a Grand Rapids man on child pornography charges Friday.
U.S. Attorney Pat Miles is working with local experts on a plan to fight the drug epidemic that’s clinched West Michigan.
The bill would require schools to hold back students if their third grade reading test scores are at or below the second grade level.
A construction project on US-131 that has caused traffic headaches for drivers in Grand Rapids for months is coming to an end.