Michigan lawmakers have approved legislation aimed at underfunded municipal retirement plans.
Uber is launching its food delivery service in Grand Rapids Thursday.
Southern California has felt yellow wind, orange wind, and red wind. But never purple wind. Until now.
North Korea says a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula has become a matter of when, not if.
A Michigan sports doctor accused of assaulting female gymnasts and possessing child pornography will spend decades in prison.
Plainfield Township residents worried about trace levels of a likely carcinogen in their municipal water might want to look south.
For the first time Wednesday, Grand Rapids community members heard how a task force is working to strengthen police relations in the city.
As the Belmont area deals with water contamination in residential wells, one local restaurant and bar is taking safety into its own hands.
In a time when rental and housing rates continue to skyrocket, efforts to maintain affordable housing in the Grand Rapids area are underway.
Eight residents in the areas hardest hit by Wolverine Worldwide’s spreading contamination crisis gathered for a Target 8 special report.
A timeline of Wolverine Worldwide’s sludge dumping history and the resulting investigation into PFAS concerns.
The remains of a West Michigan man who died when his plane crashed during World War II will be returned to his family Thursday.
Families who experience loss often find themselves asking how they can help their children get through the grieving process.
In the Ohio River Valley, those whose lives were changed by tainted water are years ahead of those whose lives are changing in Kent County.
Keishawn Mann was released Wednesday, nearly eight years after shooting and killing his mother’s boyfriend.