A paralyzed skydiver said he’s lucky to be alive after his midair collision at Skydive City in Florida last Tuesday.
The winner of the Whitecaps’ seventh annual food contest was announced Thursday morning.
The FBI in Grand Rapids is warning local colleges about a scam targeting students.
Donald Trump is fighting to convince a skeptical Republican Party he can improve his standing among women.
HopCat announced Thursday they are opening a location in downtown Kalamazoo this fall.
Two students are expected to face charges after allegedly making an online threat that led Marshall Public Schools to cancel classes.
Marthe Cohn wasn’t vocal about her experience as a Jewish French spy in Nazi Germany until many years after World War II.
There was a brief police chase near Grand Rapids after a man was spotted waiving what looked like a gun along busy 28th Street.
New estimates from a state department show fewer Michigan infants dying while the state develops policies to save more babies.
There are now five suspects in the cold case death of a Vicksburg teen, Kalamazoo County authorities say.
“Unloaded” opens Thursday and uses art to put people face to face with their own perceptions of guns in our society.
Thunderstorms rolled through West Michigan Thursday, but the first days of April will feel more like winter.
Sheriff Richard Fuller met face to face with the youngest survivor of the shooting rampage that killed six people and injured two others.
Lawmakers are grappling with balancing security and citizens’ rights in the wake of a legal battle between federal investigators and Apple.
A GVSU student group, protesting on the side of Rapid union workers, says they are being harassed by Grand Rapids police over their actions.