A GRFD Hazardous Material Technician captain calls the raw crude oil transported in railroad tank cars “a scary” hazard.
A pedestrian who was hit by an SUV while trying to cross 44th Street in Grand Rapids has died.
One person has been arrested and police are still looking for a second suspect in a downtown Grand Rapids shooting.
The trial of a former Catholic school tutor accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old student started Wednesday.
The man who said he was wronged by a Grand Rapids used car dealer has finally seen some results.
A Grand Rapids law that makes possession of small amounts of marijuana a small civil offense is being challenged this week.
Ralph Hauenstein, 102, recalls the role he played during World War II as an intelligence officer in the European Theater.
The headlining artists for the 2015 Gilda’s LaughFest were announced Tuesday morning.
Global Trade Magazine has named Grand Rapids one of the top 10 emerging cities for global trade.
A lawsuit was filed against GRPS claiming the district violated federal law with how it handled sex allegations against one of its teachers.
When next year’s Grand Rapids budget proposal is rolled out, it will include a master plan for bicycles.
Several restaurants are celebrating Veterans Day by offering a free meal to all veterans and active duty military.
As temperatures get ready to drop across the state, Consumers Energy has seven simple tips to help homeowners safely combat the cold.
People will have a lot more options for healthcare insurance when open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act begins this week.
A portion of US-131 was shut down for more than an hour early Monday morning after a rollover crash in Grand Rapids.
More than a hundred technology experts dedicated their weekend to offering local nonprofit organizations free support.