Meet Achilles and Gus, this week’s featured pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
Axon, a company that makes body cameras, is offering police department nationwide the chance to outfit officers for free for one year.
It’s that time of the year: Emergency siren tests across West Michigan counties are starting up again.
Strong winds and heavy, wet snow caused thousands of homes to lose power on Thursday.
In downtown Grand Rapids, the Grand River is expected to rise to about 16 feet — still a couple of feet short of flood stage.
A West Michigan man is looking for public help in his struggling legal battle after MSNBC aired his photo in a story about someone else.
Empty the Shelters day is returning to find more than 2,000 pets forever homes by waiving adoption fees for cats and dogs.
Six Family Dollar stores in West Michigan are expected to close this summer.
Dozens of Easter egg hunts are happening this year. Find one near you here.
At South Haven on Thursday afternoon, sustained north-northwest winds of 30 mph contributed to eight-foot waves with 30-foot spray.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and a West Michigan agency is spreading the word that its staff is here to help.
Another airline is now offering nonstop flights to the Washington D.C. area out of Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Each sheriff’s department patrol car now has an automatic external defibrillator thanks to a $72,000 federal grant.
Michigan State Police say eight people, including four children, were hospitalized after a rollover crash on I-96 in Lowell Township.
The search in Plainfield Township was called off as the sun set Sunday.