Zoo officials say the popular Komodo dragon named Precious died in his sleep Monday morning.
The Grand Rapids Police Department and the local chapter of the NAACP Wednesday hosted a public forum about race relations and policing.
Science teachers at GRPS will begin training to help engage students through more hands-on experiments.
A group of citizens Tuesday appealed to the Grand Rapids City Commission to make members of the police department wear body cameras.
The Grand Rapids City Commission has approved lowering fines for illegally lighting fireworks in the city.
It’s a question asked by leaders of cities all over the country: How do you make sure college students stay in the city after they graduate?
City leaders say they have come up with a way to combine controlling floodwaters and attracting people to downtown.
A new report shows the Grand Rapids metro area added construction jobs during the past year at a faster rate than most U.S. metro areas.
One of the figures in a $46 million fraud that cheated hundreds of investors is headed to prison for seven years.
A section of eastbound I-96 has has reopened in Grand Rapids after it was shut down due to a car fire.
A group plans to go in front of the Grand Rapids City Commission Tuesday to push for body cameras on Grand Rapids police officers.
Closing arguments wrapped up Tuesday in the trial for the accused killer of Grand Rapids businessman John Dahlinger.
The City of Grand Rapids will unveil eight neighborhood park plans at an open house Wednesday hosted by the Parks and Recreation Board.
Thousands of pieces of Peter Wege’s property will be up for auction online.
The EITC is a tax break that saves those making less than $50,000 a year thousands in federal taxes.
As part of the national Giving Tuesday initiative, The Salvation Army’s Grand Rapids Advisory Board has created a $30,000 matching gift.