As temperatures dip far below freezing, people who have to work outside are taking safety precautions.
The deadline to sign-up for healthcare insurance for 2015 through the Affordable Care Act is on Sunday.
A man is recovering after he was stabbed in Grand Rapids.
Wednesday morning, Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. sidelined a $1.8 million project that would have fixed two stretches of road.
Representatives from social media giant Twitter were in Grand Rapids Wednesday night to meet with local technology developers.
World War II veterans in West Michigan have the chance to take part in the Talons Out Honor Flight this spring.
A West Michigan man says that after carving a decorative wood cross, he can see the image of Jesus in the wood grain.
Grand Rapids City Commissioners took chicken off their plate – at least this week.
The Grand Rapids Public Library getting a $1.8 million bailout from you, the taxpayers.
The superintendent of Grand Rapids Public Schools has abandoned her effort to create a partnership with Teach For America.
The man who killed a 16-year-old in a drive-by shooting in 2013 will spend at least 21 years in prison.
The superintendent wants GRPS to consider partnering with Teach For America; a controversial move that has been batted down before.
Start Garden will be investing even more money to help turn ideas into actions.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new $42 million hospital building Monday afternoon.
Cornerstone University installed the first of four stained glass windows Saturday in the newly built Christ Chapel.
It may be getting more difficult for parents who don’t want to vaccinate their children to find doctors to care for their kids.