The owners of vehicles locked up at a closed Grand Rapids auto repair shop may soon be able get their cars back.
At least one person was injured in a two-car wreck on the East Beltline during rush hour Wednesday.
The B.O.B. has decided to stop fighting a 10-day liquor license suspension imposed upon it by the state.
A judge has handed down the maximum sentence for the man convicted of raping and assaulting a 77-year-old Grand Rapids woman.
For those planning to travel over the Fourth of July weekend in West Michigan, major construction projects won’t be an issue.
U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Peters will continue his two-day “Stars, Stripes and Service” tour in West Michigan on Wednesday.
The house a disabled woman was placed in has had problems since she moved in — and Tuesday, it was condemned.
The 2014 USA Table Tennis U.S. Open is taking place July 1 to July 5 in Grand Rapids at DeVos Place.
A Grand Rapids auto repair shop closed without warning, leaving customers’ cars locked in on the lot.
A father convicted of killing his 2-year-old daughter will spend the rest of his life in prison.
A 33-year-old man has been arrested in the shooting of a security officer at a Spectrum Health parking ramp in downtown Grand Rapids.
Though the U.S. soccer team fell to Belgium Tuesday, many in Grand Rapids gathered downtown to enjoy the World Cup came together.
The I-196 ramps to southbound US-131 will be closed starting Monday.
The trial for a woman who allegedly opened fire through a McDonald’s drive-thru window has been delayed.
Leaders say new Grand Rapids Police Department Chief David Rahinsky needs to embrace the city’s minority communities.
More than a month after he was beaten, a Grand Rapids man is still in an intensive care unit at a local hospital.