Authorities say the three Plainfield Township dispensaries they searched in one day repeatedly failed to follow state law.
With temperatures reaching nearly 60 degrees, some golf courses in West Michigan are reaping the benefits of a warm November day.
The Kent County Health Department is warning restaurant owners and employees about a scam.
Strong winds knocked out power to thousands of Consumers Energy customers in West Michigan Monday night.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is trying to determine if the leaked substance made it into the city’s storm sewer.
More than 130 nationwide closures have been announced this year, including two in Kent County.
The partnership between Express Employment Professionals and Family Promise of Grand Rapids is part of Giving Tuesday.
The Kent County Health Department will be offering one week of free walk-in HIV testing as part of World AIDS Day.
Kent County sheriff’s deputies say one person was killed when he crashed his car into a tree in Byron Township.
General Growth Properties, the company that owns Rivertown Crossings Mall, has added a parking feature to their app.
Hundreds of volunteers filled the Ford airport Wednesday to make military family reunions even more special.
A month after he was ordered to move from a shanty along U.S.-131, John Foster Bentley is no longer homeless.
A pastor at a Grand Rapids church was arrested after police say he tried to meet a child for sex.
The 18-year-old charged with murder for a deadly road rage beating is back behind bars after a judge increased his bond on Wednesday.
Ford Airport officials encourage travelers to leave early and have patience as one of the busiest travel times of the year gets underway.