Families a half-mile south of an old Wolverine Worldwide dump were notified Saturday that high levels of a toxin were found in their wells.
The former nursing home workers accused of failing to do their job, leading to the death of an 85-year-old woman, will plead to charges.
More than 1,200 people participated in a 5K run/walk at Gerald R. Ford International Airport Saturday.
A few thousand people in Grand Rapids were without power for about three hours Saturday afternoon.
Tucked along the backroads north of Lowell, healing is happening — and the sound is sweet.
An 11-year-old girl was critically injured after being hit by a vehicle in northeastern Kent County Friday evening.
It’s unclear how many people are injured, but Aero Med was called to the scene.
The small, long-closed landfill north of Rockford is among three dump sites at the center of a Kent County Health Department cancer study.
Meijer is making major cuts in its information technology department, laying off or transferring hundreds of employees.
Consumers Energy has restored power to 1,155 homes and businesses in northeast Grand Rapids area.
The Barn for Equine Learning has made great strides after suffering a devastating fire in April.
The Rapid’s Silver Line could be getting a naming sponsor.
A Wyoming woman previously exposed by Target 8 for scamming apartment hunters will spend six months in jail for her latest criminal caper.
The father of the man held in jail on charges related to the disappearance of Wyoming mother Ana Carrillo appeared in court Wednesday.
The Grand Rapids attraction has hired New York-based Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects for the project.