A Kentwood woman was pinned when the roof of her home fell in during Sunday night’s tornado.
A contractor accused of taking money and never showing up was seen passing out cards in storm-damaged areas south of Grand Rapids.
A contractor who didn’t do the jobs he was paid for is serving jail time.
One family in a Wyoming neighborhood took shelter just before a tornado tore through Sunday night.
As viewed from the sky Monday, damage was clear evident: Buildings with roofs torn away and trees uprooted and snapped at the bases.
A scheduled Consumers Energy power outage to repair storm damage took longer than expected.
The National Weather Service Grand Rapids is explaining why warnings weren’t issued for the tornado that touched down Sunday.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado did touch down in one Kentwood neighborhood Sunday night.
Get a bird’s-eye view of the damage in Kentwood following Sunday’s tornado.
The Red Cross is opening a shelter in Kentwood for residents without power following strong thunderstorms that passed through Sunday.
Many roads have been shut down due to down wires, trees, debris and water over roadways throughout Kent County Monday.
A powerful thunderstorm that caused a narrow band of major damage in Kentwood Sunday night was caused by a tornado.
A severe thunderstorm swept through the Grand Rapids area on the night of July 6, 2014.
Storms and a confirmed tornado left downed trees and power lines in its wake and injured nine people Sunday night.
Police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash that killed a Wyoming man.
Fireworks across West Michigan for the Fourth of July, 2014.