A new report shows large gaps in services and funding for young children in Kent County.
On Friday, the 430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible opens three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
The Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer and Food Festival kicks off Thursday at DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids.
Within the past decade, outbreaks have been reported in every state, a trend likely to accelerate as climate change boosts water temps.
The number of people in the state’s workforce saw a slight decline of about 2,000 in October.
A state legislator is working to plug a gap in state law that can put your property on ice even if you are in the right.
Grand Rapids police are looking for the man who held up a pizza restaurant Wednesday evening.
ReThink West Michigan is offering five networking events on the day before Thanksgiving.
Bail reform advocates say county jails aren’t built to house every single person awaiting trial, even those accused of felony-level crimes.
A Greenville family says they’ll be able to have Thanksgiving after help from Target 8 got them a stove in time for the holiday.
A judge will decide whether to uphold or overturn a decision preventing Nestle from building a booster station for its Osceola County well.
On Wednesday, the Kalamazoo Area Runners came together to honor and remember Theresa Lockhart during a 4-mile run.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the formation of the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team to deal with what many believe will be a growing problem.
After nearly a week of investigation, police say they haven’t found evidence backing an abduction claim made by a child last Friday.
Wolverine Worldwide says it will provide whole-house water filtration systems to even more homes near its former House Street NE landfill.