Visitors to downtown Grand Rapids should leave the ice skates behind for now.
A lawsuit against the city of Grand Rapids sparked by historic flooding is moving forward.
The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments about a dispute between a Grand Rapids church and former pastor.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating December 12, or “Day of the Dozens,” by giving customers free doughnuts with a purchase.
Police are investigating two similar suspicious incidents possibly related to a previous attempted abduction in Norton Shores.
Ford Motor Co. says it will introduce 13 new electrified vehicles worldwide by 2020.
Dow Chemical and the DuPont will attempt a merger that would form a colossal chemical producer worth more than $130B.
A West Michigan man will be featured on national television for his Christmas tree decoration idea.
The first Canadian government plane carrying Syrian refugees arrived in Toronto late Thursday.
A medical helicopter crashed Thursday night amid heavy rain and fog in Central California, killing all four people aboard, officials said.
Despite a warm December, road crews with the Kent Co. Road Commission are still busy. Instead of plowing snow, they’re filling potholes.
Authorities in the Battle Creek area say seven people will face criminal charges after a methamphetmine bust.
Months after a missing shipment of Haiti-bound relief supplies was discovered in Florida, the shipyard where it sits refuses to release it.
A 61-year-old Ottawa County man fell to his death Thursday while working at his family’s greenhouse.
The kids at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kalamazoo had a pair of special visitors Thursday: Santa Claus and Derek Jeter.