The largest art competition of its kind is back on in Grand Rapids, and WOOD TV8 will once again be right in the middle of the action.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is investigating after a home in Grand Rapids Township was broken into on Sunday.
Walker city commissioners approved a plan that will return the city to a more traditional public safety management structure.
Police are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery at the Country Inn and Suites in Cascade Township.
Shawn Jarrett has been found guilty of murder in the death of a Walker woman.
For a time this summer, barely a week went by without someone discovering their credit card was compromised while buying gas.
A Kent County jury has found Anita Lawhorn guilty of abusing her son, Jamarion, who was convicted earlier this month of murder.
After a personal tragedy Jeff Elhart sponsored the “Be Nice.” initiative to raise awareness of mental health.
Many local orchards are transitioning into growing their apples in a new way, using spindles to stretch their trees.
Care for a cat? The Kent County Animal Shelter is looking to clear out its space by offering free cats to good homes.
A detective’s interview with Jamarion Lawhorn started with small talk before it turned to “whuppings” with belts and cords.
A second of two brothers accused of producing child pornography in Michigan has been sentenced on federal charges.
The Kentwood Fire Department will receive around $114,000 to improve its operations and boost safety thanks to a federal grant.
The third and final man accused of making and selling fake IDs to undocumented workers in West Michigan has been sentenced.
Students are back in school and so is the Be Nice campaign that raises awareness about mental health.
Anita Lawhorn is on trial for child abuse for allegedly beating her son Jamarion Lawhorn with a belt in May 2013.