The mother of a child murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary was in Grand Rapids to speak at a school safety conference.
Mason-Oceana 911 emergency telephone lines are working again following an outage.
A Grand Rapids man faces federal charges for allegedly smuggling guns from the United States to his native Lebanon.
A New Mexico dispatcher has been removed from duty after hanging up on a 911 caller who was trying to save a teen’s life.
A demonstration was held in Lansing in support of a United Methodist pastor who had to resign because he is gay.
Young hockey players are being treated to a steady stream of NHL talent at the Grand Rapids Griffins Youth Hockey Camp.
After 27 years and some $400 million, the project to separate city sewer lines is done more than three years ahead of schedule.
An advisory committee for the project to restore the river in Grand Rapids is expected to be introduced in August.
A man was sentenced Tuesday after he convinced three teenage girls to send him explicit pictures of themselves to him over an app.
Grand Rapids continues to see a downward trend in the crime rate, according to figures for the first half of 2015.
GRPD will soon start reaching out to citizens to get more feedback about interactions with officers.