Knowledge is power — but when the knowledge you hold is about life and death, the questions and answers get really complicated.
The Michigan Legislature approved a rewrite of state energy laws, voting on the final day of the two-year term.
A Holland-area man will serve time in a state prison for his role in a crash that killed an 87-year-old woman earlier this year.
Two men have admitted to stealing parts of a memorial to a fallen soldier in Cedar Springs.
About a year after he shot and wounded a man outside a Grand Rapids gas station, Jose Quintino is headed to a state prison.
At least one person was killed in a crash on a busy Kent County road, dispatchers say.
A total of 20 families have lost some state benefits because of a child’s school attendance problems, state officials say.
Craig Sager, the longtime NBA sideline reporter famous for his flashy suits and probing questions, has died after a battle with cancer.
Christmas came early to several Kent County families, which welcomed home new children Thursday.
After months of preparation, a new affiliation between Metro Health and the University of Michigan Health System is in place.
An audit has declared Michigan’s recovery plan following a technological disaster “not effective.”
A jury has convicted Dylann Roof of the racially motivated slayings of nine black church members in South Carolina last year.
Volunteers from DTE Energy worked to serve and deliver over 5,000 meals to home bound seniors across West Michigan.
Four comedians you may recognize from movies and TV are coming to Grand Rapids for Gilda’s LaughFest.
New Holland Brewing Company signed a deal with Pabst Brewing Company to distribute their craft beer nationally.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is looking for volunteers to help track winter highway conditions.
Kent County officials say repairs to the Kent County Recycling Center are complete and the facility is once again running.
Thick cut bacon and fried eggs are just a few tasty options at Anna’s House.
From the ‘Ugly Sweater’ to ‘Smitten with the Mitten’, each game has a special holiday theme.
See the perks and fun events happening for the residents at 616 Lofts.