A judge ordered a city to make room for a farmer who was banned from a market for not allowing gay couples to be married at his farm.
Harbor Humane Society is taking an additional 25 dogs displaced by Hurricane Irma.
A whole shelter’s worth of dogs looking for their forever homes are this week’s pet of the week.
The no body contact advisory placed on a portion of the Grand River has been lifted.
Northbound US-131 at Hall Street in Grand Rapids was closed for some time Friday due to a seven-vehicle crash.
MSP released its annual bus inspection rating system, showing which buses in each school district that need repairs to meet standards.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft disintegrated in the skies above Saturn early Friday in a final, fateful blaze of cosmic glory.
The suspension bridge at an Ottawa County park is now open to the public.
An expert who two years ago warned about dangerous lead levels in Flint’s drinking water has declared a qualified end to the crisis.
Christopher Lockhart pleaded guilty to two felonies unrelated to his wife’s disappearance Friday.
Big changes are ahead for Grand Action — the private group of Grand Rapids-area movers and shakers behind Van Andel Arena, DeVos Place.
The streets in downtown Rockford will reopen to traffic after a fire swept through the iconic Corner Bar.
An Okemos woman and her family who defrauded the Internal Revenue Service out of more than $3.6 million are heading to federal prison.
Castro sent for the top American official in the country to address grave concerns about a spate of U.S. diplomats harmed in Havana.
An estimated 350,000 of the country’s nearly 800,000 DACA recipients are currently enrolled in school, most at colleges or universities.