The sight of an icy Lake Michigan is particularly enchanting — but that ice is dangerous.
The Grand Rapids Police Department honored its officer of the year and civilian employee of the year Monday evening.
Grand Rapids Public Schools will ask voters to approve a $175 million bond on the November ballot.
It has become a familiar scene: The GRPD Chief sitting with leaders of the local minority community to talk about race relations.
Citing a higher than average unemployment rate for veterans, two Michigan lawmakers are rolling out a plan to put them to work.
The Kent County Health Department says preliminary testing is negative for measles in the case of an ill infant.
A man now faces three felony charges for allegedly making up a story about a break-in, shooting and house fire in Lake Odessa last week.
A gasoline spill initially thought to have involved between 2,700 and 4,700 gallons is now believed to have involved 100 to 300 gallons.
Social Kitchen & Bar will be the newest restaurant at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market.
A pedestrian was hospitalized in stable condition after he was hit by a vehicle Monday morning.
Ferris State University says it’s received a $5 million gift, the largest in the Big Rapids school’s history.
A West Catholic High School student faces felonies after police say he admitted to posting messages online that threatened his classmates.
A missed turn caused a SUV to collide with a semi-truck near Marne.
Police in Wyoming are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after two bodies were discovered in a parking lot.
Authorities in Louisiana may have a person of interest in the cold case murder of a Kalamazoo woman killed more than three decades ago.
Big changes are coming to downtown Grand Rapids in 2015 and 2016.