Meet this week’s adoptable pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter, Bill and Lola.
Consumers Energy crews were busy Friday morning, restoring power to thousands in Grand Rapids and Cedar Springs.
The Michigan Court of Appeals upheld Jamarion Lawhorn’s conviction, but said one argument was “a close call.”
The Kent County Health Department director said Target 8’s “Dirty Dining” investigation revealed flaws in the restaurant inspection system.
XO Asian Cuisine no longer exists. It’s Soho Sushi, and you could almost eat off the basement floor. But Soho still lives in XO’s shadow.
One of three suspects in a phone call fraud scheme to illegally obtain prescription drugs has been sentenced.
The man who drove a snowplow that struck and killed a 26-year-old woman will spend the next five to 15 years behind bars.
The Alto man who lost parts of all four limbs after contracting strep throat was on the national TV show ‘The Doctors’ on Thursday.
A man is facing charges for allegedly stealing mail and forging stolen checks.
It was organized chaos at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Thursday as workers conducted an emergency drill.
One person was critically injured following a crash on southbound US-131 in Kent County Thursday.
At Elizabeth’s Kitchen on 28th Street near US-131 in Wyoming, cockroaches were winning the pest control war.
Authorities are working to find out who was behind hate messages that were spray-painted outside Forest Hills Central High School.
The former Rockford rowing coach who recorded teen girls while they changed their clothes is headed to a federal prison.
Jamarion Lawhorn, Kent County’s youngest killer, is now getting regular visits and calls from his mom.