A drop in international adoptions is generating interest in adopting local kids.
Police continue to investigate a shooting in which a teen was hit in his lower extremities while riding his bicycle Wednesday evening.
A Grand Rapids pastor and counselor was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Nashville, Tenn, area news outlets are reporting.
Police are reminding Fifth Third River Bank Run spectators and runners about extra security measures that will be in place on race day.
“This is the last tax issue that city government will ask citizens to consider. Period,” said City Manager Greg Sundstrom.
Anne Chamberlin, who was diagnosed in 2012 with cancer, will run the Fifth Third River Bank Run in honor of a friend who died of cancer.
The Grand Rapids Community Foundation has raised $26 million for a program to send students who live on GR’s West Side to college for free.
Nearly 17,000 people had registered for the Fifth Third River Bank Run when online registration closed Monday, race organizers say.
Spectrum Health’s two medical helicopters were returned to service Tuesday afternoon after being grounded since late last week.
Voters Tuesday passed a measure to extend Grand Rapids’ temporary income tax to pay for road repairs.
As large trusses are being put into place on Cornerstone University’s new chapel, contractors say the construction is on schedule.
24 Hour News 8 is getting a preview of the tiger exhibit before the animals arrive.
There hasn’t been a homicide in the City of Grand Rapids in six months.
Realtors are among those excited about a new program that will provide free college tuition for hundreds of GRPS students.
The Challenge Scholars program will pay for college for hundreds of kids on Grand Rapids’ west side if they graduate from Union High School.
A Spectrum Health spokesman says they hope to have Aero Med helicopters flying again within the next day or two.