A federal judge in Detroit says U.S. green-card holders shouldn’t be affected by Trump’s order temporarily banning refugees and immigrants.
BMW is recalling more than 230,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
Betsy DeVos has cleared a major hurdle in the Senate to become the next education secretary, despite vigorous opposition from Democrats.
Leaders in Canada believe a city in Ottawa County has struck gold when it comes to dealing with winter weather.
Sgt. Steven Floyd was found dead after authorities breached the prison in Delaware and ended a nearly 20-hour hostage standoff.
A French soldier shot and seriously wounded a man in a shopping mall beneath the Louvre Museum on Friday after he tried to attack them.
The school board has approved the banning of students, staff and visitors from possessing, storing or using a weapon on district property.
A snow and ice-producing storm is possible for West Michigan next week.
Prosecutors say detectives did not violate the rights of suspected serial killer Jeffrey Willis when they took notes from his jail cell.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is lowering admission rates for Kent County residents as a result of the millage approved last year.
A long-storied West Michigan football rivalry has been put on hold for the next two years.
A pregnant woman is lucky to be alive after doctors removed a blood clot in her brain using a technique performed only once before.
Grand Rapids is planning to build a biodigester at the city water plant, which it says will cut energy costs and encourage business growth.
When children are dealing with emotional and academic challenges, parents can often feel at a loss for how to help.
GVSU is beefing up its master’s level programs to provide West Michigan with a new crop of highly trained cyber-warriors starting next fall.