City hall and neighbors are working their way through some growing pains on Grand Rapids’ West Side.
Records show that after a former FBI agent shot at Grand Rapids police officers, his partner arrived at police headquarters drunk.
The 61st District Court in Grand Rapids is launching a new service that will allow people to fight tickets online.
In this high-tech age, identity theft is only one swipe away for credit and debit card holders.
Grandparents who were flying from Florida to see family in West Michigan instead found themselves at a tiny airport in northern New York.
The city is on a path leaders believe will take Grand Rapids into the future, but will everyone benefit?
Roughly one out of every five vehicles riding Michigan’s roads has a recall that’s gone unrepaired, according to Carfax.
A Grand Rapids hospital that disconnected a patient’s heart monitor before he flatlined will pay the man’s family $750,000.
Grand Rapids police say a taxi struck and killed a man who attempted to rob the cab driver using a hammer.
Grand Rapids Community College’s first African-American president says he’s humbled to fill the role.
A Grand Rapids DTE gas customer got a surprise in the mail earlier this month when the energy company told her she was owed $2,415.63.
Michigan Thrive legislation would provide tax credits to developers who take over abandon and often contaminated sites.
GRPS says its graduation rates have increased nearly 50 percent since the district launched its Transformation Plan five years ago.
Is it exploitation or entertainment? An act slated for a new venue in downtown Grand Rapids is drawing criticism.
We’re meeting some of the recruits in the Grand Rapids Police Department’s most diverse class ever.