A man died following an accidental fall at Profile Industrial Packaging in Walker on Wednesday morning.
The Plainfield Township supervisor has been ordered to pay over half a million dollars in damages.
Starting Wednesday, drivers will have to take a detour around a section of 52nd Street that is closed for resurfacing.
A computer glitch has caused a millage not to be printed on all of the City of Wyoming 2015 summer property tax bills mailed to residents.
The Habitat for Humanity of Kent County has met its goal for its campaign focused on revitalizing the west side of Grand Rapids.
A United Airlines flight made an emergency landing at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport on Wednesday.
The FAA announced United Airlines flights will resume Wednesday morning following a short stoppage.
The bus service for metro Grand Rapids is asking the public to weigh in on proposed fare hikes.
A man was arrested after ramming a vehicle into a sheriff deputy’s cruiser.
One year after it was ripped apart by the tornado that hit parts of Wyoming and Kentwood, a dog kennel is still working to rebuild.
Like the tornado that hit Portland in June, the twister that hit Wyoming and Kentwood a year ago spun up too quickly for sirens to sound.
A substitute teacher accused of groping four 5th-grade girls at Kent City Elementary School has entered in to a plea deal.
The Humane Society of West Michigan is holding its annual “Wipe Out the Shelter” Adopt-a-thon this weekend.
Shots were fired into an unoccupied car in Wyoming Sunday night.
The July 6, 2014 tornado was the most powerful West Michigan has seen in more than a decade.
The hockey coach who biked nearly 300 miles to raise awareness for a family in need arrived safely in Mackinaw City.