Skateboarders will be the first to tell you that Grand Rapids doesn’t have much to offer them.
Facebook posts and emails of people who died could be accessed by a person designated in a will under new laws.
Gas prices increased by as much as about 40 cents across West Michigan on Tuesday.
The Michigan Supreme Court is dipping a toe into the murky, tumultuous intersection of church independence and contract law.
A city official says he intended to treat Flint’s drinking water with anti-corrosive chemicals but was overruled by a state regulator.
A man who pleaded guilty to murder shouted at the judge who handed down his sentence Tuesday afternoon.
As spring comes to West Michigan, bears are starting to wake up — and sometimes show themselves to people in their search for food.
The man police say shot arrows at officers has pleaded guilty but mentally ill to two counts of assault with intent to murder.
It’s supposed to offer an alternative to a more dangerous crossing on a busy Kent County roadway.
Police are looking for the two men who robbed a Kalamazoo gas station at gunpoint Tuesday, one of whom also assaulted the clerk.
The former dean of students at Wyoming High School accused of assaulting a student pleaded no contest.
Since spring has official arrived in Grand Rapids, the city will open its yard waste drop-off site on Monday.
Two years after falling, the giant tire swing is back in downtown Grand Rapids.
Deputies are investigating a string of home invasions and larcenies in Ottawa County.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department has achieved yet another milestone.