Thousands of athletes from around the United States and Canada have made their way to Grand Rapids to compete in the State Games of America.
A Grand Rapids man is taking a fresh approach to trying to sell his home.
Both men understand how critical police-community relations are. They also see how much it’s changed.
A GVSU expert says slowing sales has forced some auto parts suppliers to cut production and cancel expansion plans.
The mix of drivers trying to bypass construction and patrons trying to pass through area has become a dangerous combination.
More police agencies with Ford Explorer vehicles are taking action after at least three officers were sickened by carbon monoxide.
Spectrum Health says it’s notifying the parents of about 900 patients of Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital clinics.
Brides-to-be who ordered from Alfred Angelo are out of luck, according to a new statement its bankruptcy trustee.
Police are searching for a suspect that robbed a bank on Plainfield Avenue Wednesday morning.
The Grand Rapids Griffins are giving fans a chance to design the uniforms the team wears on the ice for a night.
Thousands of athletes will pour into Grand Rapids over the next few days for the State Games of America.
Gerrymandering: a topic that hearkens back to yawn-inducing high school civics classes but has a real impact on democracy.
In an exclusive interview, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said her narrow nomination was “not part of the equation.”
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was back home in West Michigan Tuesday for her first public outing in the area since taking office.
When your life hangs in the balance and you need medical attention, seconds matter.