The sixth annual ArtPrize, the world's largest art competition, kicked off in Grand Rapids Wednesday.
ArtPrize visitors have a chance to get exclusive access to the world's largest art competition.
An ArtPrize entry by a Ukrainian painter was allowed in to the United States, but the artist wasn't.
Police are calling their enforcement of the City of Muskegon's curfew a success.
A towering, centuries-old tree at the University of Michigan is set to be moved to make way for a construction project.
The police chief who caused division in the small community of Barry Township received two months pay after resigning.
The state is urging the Michigan Democratic Party to suspend a new program that lets voters apply online for absentee ballots.
ArtPrize 2014 doesn't officially start until Wednesday, but already there is art to be seen and artists' stories to be heard.
A man who police shocked during a fight says he didn't do anything wrong. GRPD says video of the fight doesn't tell the whole story.
WOOD TV8 has moved back to the Grand Rapids Art Museum for ArtPrize 2014.
The state legislature is considering measures to stiffen penalties for bars and party stores that over-serve customers.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a piece of legislation that allows residents to do community service instead of paying some fees.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has kicked off a contest to name a new hiking and bicycling trail across the state.
Target 8 surveyed more than a hundred schools to find out which were suiting up their students with the safest helmets.
Deputies in Calhoun County are looking for a man dressed in women's clothing who inappropriately touched a clerk at a gas station off I-69.
A former Grandville youth pastor was arrested after allegedly touching a teen girl inappropriately.