More than 18,000 beer, wine and food enthusiasts gathered in downtown Grand Rapids over the weekend for the annual international festival.
Paul Haan says the latest moves in Lansing lays down a road map for prevention, but there’s still a lot more to do.
Spectrum Health’s first patient to receive the newly miniaturized device says the difference is mind-boggling.
A big name in West Michigan is reportedly on President-elect Donald Trump’s list of potentials for Secretary of Education.
For those in need this holiday season, a number of local organizations are providing free Thanksgiving meals in the coming week.
Officers have mainly been handing out parking violation warnings, but soon they’ll issue $20 citations.
The number of women smoke while pregnant has increased across the state, a report released Thursday shows.
After only about a year on the job, top administrator for the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans has resigned.
The 12-year-old boy who was stabbed twice allegedly by an 8-year-old wants to see his friend again.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids is looking ahead to the holiday season by flipping the switch to thousands of lights.
Police are looking for several witnesses to a possible hate crime against a taxi cab driver in downtown Grand Rapids.
After a mild start to November, it’s going to feel more like winter starting this weekend.
The Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival has added a new feature to the 9th annual event.
She was scammed out of her savings and left homeless; living in a hotel. Now thanks to strangers’ generosity she has a home.
An 8-year-old boy accused of stabbing another child is likely the youngest charged with a violent crime in Kent County.