A 16-year-old motorcyclist has been arrested after a slow-speed chase through Portage Wednesday night.
A local teacher and tech expert explains several apps to not only keep your kids busy during Spring Break, but also keep their minds active.
DTE workers have contained a gas leak at a restaurant on the northeast side of Grand Rapids.
A new study shows nine out of 32 hockey helmets failed to earn a single star based on the ability to reduce concussion risk.
Blimpie stores will be offering 51 cent subs to celebrate their 51st birthday on Thursday.
Police are asking for the public’s help for information leading to the suspects responsible for vandalizing an unoccupied school in Morley.
Multiple fire departments worked overnight to knock down a fire at a poultry farm in Ionia County.
West Michigan families love hitting the slopes at Cannonsburg Ski Area. Soon, they’ll also be able to hit the water.
The NCAA Tournament isn’t just about who is the best at basketball. It’s also about money.
Lawyers suing the state of Michigan say changes to the Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry don’t go far enough.
This summer’s Meijer LPGA Classic will draw the band OneRepublic to Grand Rapids.
U.S. Sen. Stabenow was in West Michigan to announce legislation aimed at helping Alzheimer’s patients and their families.
Family members of an 80-year-old man who was killed in his home earlier this week are making funeral arrangements.
An assistant Kalamazoo County prosecutor is out of a job two weeks after an accident sent her and another driver to the hospital.
Carol Ann Cole doesn’t qualify for Louisiana crime victims money, so her sister is cutting back and delaying a memorial service.
A Wyoming crime lab technician was placed on leave and later resigned after lying about his education and qualifications.