The co-founder of Merrell Boot Co. was hiking with his family when his wife and her stepgrandson were swept away by water.
Friday marks 50 years since an outbreak of ten tornadoes ravaged Michigan.
Meet Unique and Julio, this week’s featured pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
A nonprofit that lost 13 therapy horses in a barn fire has six new miniature horses thanks to community support.
A tipped gravel hauler shut down a portion of 68th Street in Caledonia Township Friday.
A local nonprofit organization is stepping up with support which is both spiritual and tangible.
The police chief in Lowell has been placed on paid administrative leave.
A Caledonia Community Schools staff member is accused of embezzling technology equipment from the district.
A busy intersection in Kentwood is closed while road crews work to make emergency repairs.
Three hotels will soon take shape on the same avenue in Wyoming.
A hotel chain is warning customers after more than 1,200 of its locations were infected with malware, including 8 hotels in West Michigan.
It’s official: the big boom heard across southern Kent County last weekend originated from explosive target shooting at a bachelor party.
Hard cider producers in West Michigan say they’re seeing the industry quickly expand.
Kent County’s youngest convicted killer will see his case go before the Court of Appeals next month.
This year more than 50 companies are taking part in the West Michigan Walking Challenge.