In honor of General Casimir Pulaski, American Revolutionary War hero, people packed Fulton Street Saturday morning for a fun filled parade.
Pulaski Days, an annual event celebrating Polish Heritage in Grand Rapids, continues this weekend.
Volkswagen’s pollution-control dodge killed between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to the AP.
Unrelenting rain across the East Coast showed little sign of let-up early Saturday.
A man is dead after police say he was struck by a car in Branch County.
The United Auto Workers union has reached a tentative local agreement that will avoid a strike next week at a key Ford assembly plant.
One person is in serious condition after a head-on collision in Kent County.
Step into denim this fall.
Our Football Frenzy crews were all over West Michigan to bring you highlights of 20 high school games.
Hudsonville fumbled four times and fell behind 13-0 early, but the defense clamped down as the Eagles came back to beat East Kentwood.
Artists are preparing to make a last ditch effort for round 1 votes in ArtPrize 2015.
A Chelsea man was digging on his farm off of Scio Church Road when he discovered bones that are thousands of years old.
Meet Madison and Yahtzee, this week’s adoptable pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter!
Federal officials are investigating concerns of possible brake failure involving vehicles used by police departments.
The woman who won ArtPrize 2013 with “Sleeping Bear Dunes” is back this year with the help of her husband, who is a photographer.
The State of Michigan will be footing the bill for $1 million worth of water filters, and water testing for the city of Flint.
Nearly a century before boxing great Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr., there was “The Michigan Assassin.”
Police are holding a second news conference to provide updates on the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.