MDOT says they are not suspending every construction project for Memorial Day weekend, including three big projects on US-131.
Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima.
The words were tougher. The final rounds lasted longer. The result was the same.
Disturbing images of children found — and made — at his home could put Jeffrey Willis in prison for as long as four decades.
Grand Rapids is participating in a new project aimed at improving racial equity.
A French naval ship will help search for the black box flight recorders of the EgyptAir flight that crashed in the Mediterranean last week.
Anyone in Michigan could report drug overdoses without fear of legal consequences under legislation approved by the House.
A new documentary aims to show that politicians can conduct themselves with conviction and integrity like Grand Rapids’ favorite son.
An anonymous donor is challenging Holland community members to match their gift to support a program aimed at helping teens.
The family of a teen who died in the Muskegon area 20 years ago says police are looking in to whether Jeffrey Willis may have killed her.
The Better Business Bureau is issuing a consumer alert regarding a Grand Rapids-area construction company.
The Grand Rapids Police Department says its oldest retiree has died.
A former inmate who was convicted of stalking a female prison officer and assaulting her boyfriend is headed back to a state prison.
The woman who allegedly left her granddaughter in a hot car while shopping at a Grand Rapids-area Walmart has been charged.
Amir Hekmati who was jailed in Iran describes his visit to the Michigan state Senate for Memorial Day services as “bittersweet.”