Officials with Bethany Christian Services say some Syrian refugees have been brought to Michigan and have settled in Grand Rapids.
Care for a cat? The Kent County Animal Shelter is looking to clear out its space by offering free cats to good homes.
Police in Grand Rapids are investigating after a man was shot on the city’s southeast side.
Students are back in school and so is the Be Nice campaign that raises awareness about mental health.
The ArtPrize 2015 exhibition at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will feature Japanese ceramics.
A high-tech scanner is helping to track the success of a promising new drug that aims to keep childhood cancer from returning.
After a 15 year collaboration between Spectrum Health and Saint Mary’s hospitals, Spectrum has decided to start its own residency program.
Build awareness of a real problem and look for red flags to help stop this human trafficking.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a former Grand Rapids city clerk against the city.
The country’s first year-round recreation center for children with weak immune systems opened Wednesday in Grand Rapids.
A group of Grand Rapids firefighters are being hailed as heroes after saving a dog who was in a house fire.
An organization aimed at bringing top talent and helping people relocate to West Michigan held its first online career fair Wednesday.
The high school football season is underway, but some area players are already looking to the summer.
A jury has been selected to determine whether Anita Lawhorn allegedly abused her son Jamarion Lawhorn.
The official campaign asking voters to approve a $175 million bond for Grand Rapids Public Schools is now underway.