President Donald Trump says young immigrants brought to the U.S. as children and now in the country illegally can “rest easy.”
Kentwood police are investigating after a party store employee was sent to the hospital after an altercation with customers.
For five innings Friday night, everything was working for Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers.
The West Michigan Whitecaps beat the Lake County Captains at Fifth Third Ballpark Friday.
The Grand Rapids Griffins take Game 1 of their Calder Cup playoff series with the Milwaukee Admirals.
A woman is in jailed Friday after police say she ran over her boyfriend during an argument over money for drugs.
Authorities are investigating the death of a baby at a home day care as a homicide, Muskegon County Assistant Prosecutor Tim Maat confirms.
A program in Grand Rapids is working to bring up high school graduation rates and students to college.
For the first time as a pro, Jared Coreau will the No. 1 man between the pipes when the Grand Rapids Griffins open the playoffs Friday.
While much has changed since an F3 tornado hit Grandville on April 21, 1967, one home has been there the whole time.
Youth spoke out at an event Friday about racial equity in Grand Rapids.
Lowell Police Chief Steve Bukala is suspended as Michigan State Police investigate “credible” information about possible misconduct.
The Allegan County Health Department says the doctor performed liposuction in a pole barn without a legal business license.
Three minors were arrested Friday after police say they found them in possession of a load handgun and two BB guns.
Two more people have been charged in Detroit in an investigation of alleged genital mutilation against two girls in a Muslim sect.
Police say they’ve made an arrest in the murder of a Grand Rapids man whose body was found on the city’s southwest side.
A new apartment development in downtown Grand Rapids is already signing up tenants ahead of its opening in mid-May.
This Connecting with Community Awards Finalist is addressing youth homelessness
The co-founder of Merrell Boot Co. was hiking with his family when his wife and her stepgrandson were swept away by water.
Battle Creek police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a man who has not been seen for more than a decade.