A Grand Rapids man is paralyzed after someone veered into the bike lane and hit him.
Some Grand Rapids students will start school in a couple weeks with a new view of the city.
Kent County sheriff’s deputies say a police chase following a bank robbery in Sand Lake ended with a crash in Plainfield Township.
A 16-year-old is in custody in connection to the death of an 18-year-old Grand Rapids woman.
The audits targeted owners of two or more properties who claimed a tax break to save on school district taxes.
A bicyclist is in critical condition after a hit-and-run crash Wednesday.
An anaerobic biodigester designed to create energy for Lowell Light and Power is instead creating headaches.
The cloud data storage company’s plans for the iconic pyramid in Gaines Township is leading to new business.
A man who posed as a Salvation Army volunteer, broke into a woman’s house and assaulted her was sentenced Wednesday.
A pair of West Michigan college kids just wanted to get home, but a once-in-a-millennium flood in Louisiana threw off their plans.
In his lawsuit, a man who is deaf says a Benton Harbor theater discriminated against him by failing to provide closed captioning.
A former Wyoming firefighter fired last week is suing the city, claiming he was let go because he worked part-time for another department.
One of nine people arrested last year in a scheme to rip off gas station customers in West Michigan will serve time in a federal prison.
Two teens charged in the brutal murder of Michael White have agreed to a plea deal that makes them eligible for less than life in prison.
If a person’s existence is measured by the lives they touch then Jonah Puruleski’s three months was a lifetime, indeed.