A Grand Rapids man is grateful to be alive after a Kent County assistant prosecutor crashed into his parked car.
Rick Keyes, who currently holds the title of president of the company, will transition in the new role on the first of the year.
Police say Kent Co. Assistant Prosecutor Josh Kuiper was driving the wrong way on Union Avenue SE when he struck the parked car.
The annual Christmas tree lighting and opening of the Rosa Parks Circle ice rink will be part of a bigger “Light Up Downtown” celebration.
The “Walking School Bus” made its inaugural trip through a neighborhood in southeast Grand Rapids Thursday.
A man police say shouted racial slurs at a Grand Rapids Taxi driver he allegedly attacked is expected to be arraigned Thursday.
The holiday shopping season is here, but buying gifts for loved ones can be difficult for Michigan’s aging veterans.
Exodus Place plans to team up with Veterans Affairs and other nonprofits for the ambitious endeavor.
Grand Rapids police say a stolen device with GPS led them to the three teen suspects.
There’s a new campaign in West Michigan with a goal of increasing funds and resources for local nonprofits.
A 19-year-old woman was seriously injured after she was hit by two vehicles while crossing a street in Grand Rapids.
Strong winds knocked out power to thousands of Consumers Energy customers in West Michigan Monday night.
A small piece of major space history is ready for public viewing in Grand Rapids.
After undergoing a heart transplant followed by months of training, Scott Kovacs achieved his goal by finishing the Turkey Trot 5K.
Grand Rapids is nearing the first year of the city’s long-term master plan for the downtown area.