A new Latin-American-inspired restaurant is scheduled to open this fall in the former Ritz Koney location in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Downtown Development Authority approved its budget Wednesday for the 2016 fiscal year.
In a 14-page ruling, a judge explained why he declared the 13-year-old competent to stand trial for the murder of Connor Verkerke, 9.
Police confirmed Wednesday that they suspect the man stabbed on board a Rapid bus was the victim of a random attack.
The state Senate is planning to remain in session this summer after voters rejected Proposal 1.
Authorities have arrested a Niles man in Indiana after he allegedly tried to kill his girlfriend.
Authorities in Kent County are warning residents of scammers calling around, claiming people are in trouble for not showing up for jury duty…
LG Chem is holding another job fair as part of their effort to double the size of its production workforce in 2015.
After 23 years, the popular Blues on the Mall event has a new name and location.
The state of Michigan and an energy company have reached a settlement with Enbridge Energy over the 2010 oil spill in the Kalamazoo River.
A man is facing murder charges after police say he shot his wife during an argument.
Grand Rapids police are looking for two teen suspects who allegedly tried to rob a semi-truck driver.
The Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia, killing at least 7, was hurtling at 106 mph before it ran off the rails along a sharp curve.
Skateboarders are allowed to hit the streets downtown starting Sunday.
Joshua Davis of Traverse City is headed to the finals of “The Voice.”
A man who hit a pedestrian northwest of White Cloud last year has entered into a plea deal.