Students and staff at St. Philip Catholic Central High School are mourning the loss of its principal who died unexpectedly.
The headlining artists for the 2015 Gilda’s LaughFest were announced Tuesday morning.
Alfred Vincent’s medical guardian says he died before his time only because of the nursing home that neglected him to death.
A stretch of M-89 in Plainwell has reopened following an early morning fire at a used furniture and home decor shop.
Mistakes at Michigan nursing homes have killed or contributed to the deaths of 112 residents in the last three years.
Global Trade Magazine has named Grand Rapids one of the top 10 emerging cities for global trade.
A man convicted of weapons charges in connection to the death of Kalamazoo 13-year-old has been sentenced.
A lawsuit was filed against GRPS claiming the district violated federal law with how it handled sex allegations against one of its teachers.
A doctor who was the first Ebola patient in New York City is scheduled to be released from the hospital on Tuesday.
A Michigan diver found a cluster of five shipwrecks in northern Lake Michigan.
A Sturgis police officer was suspended for two weeks after being involved in a drunk driving crash.
The 17-year-old mother of a baby whose body was discovered in Muskegon Monday has been arrested.
Regular firearm deer hunting season starts this weekend, and the Michigan DNR is predicting a good hunt in our region.
When next year’s Grand Rapids budget proposal is rolled out, it will include a master plan for bicycles.
Three homeless people have been charged in the stabbing death of a Cutlerville man whose house was set on fire after he died.
Documents show how a man suspected of 1989 homicides was allowed to leave prison, only to allegedly kill two more women.