It’s the week of May the 4th (be with you), which means the return of Free Comic Book Day this weekend.
Residents in Grand Rapids have a chance to share their thoughts on the future of the city’s parks.
GRPD Sgt. Tom Warwick was walking to the courthouse when he noticed a suspicious man hurrying away from a downtown bank.
The duo stealing from senior citizens in Grand Rapids may have done the same thing in Kalamazoo, St. Joseph and Wisconsin.
A neighbor says the sinkhole has remained untouched for more than a week.
Surveillance video shows a suspected murderer as he apparently tries to decide what do to with the body of the woman he stabbed.
If you drive it, you know it: navigating Michigan Street along Grand Rapids’ Medical Mile is a challenge.
A doctor and former lawmaker could spend time in federal prison for billing Blue Cross Blue Shield for medication he knew it didn’t cover.
A community tribute is planned for a Muskegon woman found murdered on the campus of Grand Rapids Community College.
A culvert washout in a construction zone continues to cause big backups for drivers on southbound US-131 heading into Grand Rapids.
The training is part of a set of recommendations aimed at improving the department’s relations with the community.
The city never denied the Airbnb host’s license in writing, then busted her for operating without one using someone posing as a customer.
During the hearing, the suspect’s lawyer asked the judge to change his bond in light of a kidney condition.
A new sculpture of St. Thomas Aquinas was unveiled Wednesday on Aquinas College’s campus in Grand Rapids.
The defense attorney for a man captured on camera by a vigilante said the video was “heavily edited” and “self-serving.”