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.
For years, manufacturers have been warning parents about the dangers detergent pods pose to kids. Now there’s a new concern: their eyes.
A Battle Creek hotel owner who made his workers return their pay has pleaded guilty to federal charges in the case.
A local family business is recognized for its commitment to industry advancements.
A woman was killed Thursday morning in a single-vehicle crash on a snowy road in northeastern Kent County.
A repeal of Obama-era health care law could mean a return to higher premiums based on gender and gaps in coverage, experts say.
Declaring that religious freedom is “under threat,” President Donald Trump vowed Thursday to repeal a rarely enforced IRS rule for pastors.
Police in Kalamazoo are searching for a suspect who broke into a house near Western Michigan University’s campus Wednesday.
Police are warning residents in East Grand Rapids about a suspicious man who they say attempted to lure kids into his van.
Ottawa County deputies continue to investigate after someone shot a man in the head on Thursday morning.
AC Hotel will move into the revived 50 Monroe Ave. NW, according to CWD.
Unemployment Insurance Agency has settled a lawsuit in which it was sued for using a computer system that falsely accused people of fraud.