Protesters took to the streets of Grand Rapids to voice opposition to the incoming administration’s selection for secretary of education.
While West Michigan’s economy slowed last month, it’s not a sign of what’s to come, according to a Grand Valley State University economist.
With the temperatures dropping, an annual problem is on the rise.
Grand Rapids police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a missing man.
The assistant prosecutor who was involved in an alcohol-related crash is resigning from the Kent County Prosecutor’s office.
Northbound US-131 has reopened at Franklin Street in Grand Rapids following a crash.
Two people are in custody after fleeing police in Grand Rapids Thursday night.
The man accused of killing a woman in a random attack on the campus of Grand Rapids Community College has been ordered to stand trial.
After more than four years heading up the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Michigan, Patrick Miles is resigning.
A Lowell mother spent each day of 2016 creating a “temperature blanket.”
A nonprofit has been renovating an abandoned house in Grand Rapids and is now preparing to move a group of young people who are in need.
The head of a security company says he’s begun equipping security workers with body cameras as they continue to do more police-type work.
While vehicles aren’t built in West Michigan, local suppliers produce many of the parts that put those cars, trucks and SUVs on the road.
Long-standing Grand Rapids company American Seating is selling a portion of its business, which means dozens of people will lose their jobs.
A Grand Rapids family now knows who is accused of stealing from their home twice before the holidays.