The superintendent of East Grand Rapids Public Schools says a plan to charge tuition for some is not a ploy to get high-performing kids.
Nearly 1,500 Consumers Energy customers in northeast metro Grand Rapids lost power for about two hours Monday night.
East Grand Rapids has reached a settlement with the family of a man who died after officers used a Taser on him.
A 16-year-old girl has died after a two-car crash in the unincorporated community of Alto in southeast Kent County.
A 4.2 earthquake rattled West Michigan and other parts of the Midwest early Saturday afternoon, according to the U.S.G.S.
East Grand Rapids Public Schools plans to charge tuition for some out of district students for the next school year.
Authorities in Kent County are searching for two suspects in a string of credit card fraud complaints.
A Rockford woman is asking for the public’s help to find the soldier who gave her son the flag badge off his uniform.
After 36 years of service to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department, Undersheriff Jon Hess has announced his retirement.
The average price to fly out of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport has dropped 20 percent in the last 15 years.
The crowd rose to their feet, many with lumps in their throats, as the boys ran together and Nathan VanDyken earned his win.
The Wyoming city worker who crashed a city pickup truck into a fence pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges on Wednesday.
“Janna was pissed and she was pissed with the way the person left the place,” a friend and neighbor said.
A man accused of stealing copper wire from live electrical lines attempted suicide at a Grand Rapids courthouse, authorities say.
A few community members attended a Monday Grandville city council meeting to voice their concerns about discrimination in the city.
There’s a push for change after some critics say defendants aren’t being granted a jury of their peers in West Michigan.