Three people were struck in three separate crashes in Grand Rapids Thursday morning, according to GRPD.
Drinking water fountains at East Rockford Middle School were disabled “out of an abundance of caution,” the district said.
The highly anticipated Trader Joe’s in Oshtemo Township will open to the public Thursday morning.
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Several roads were blocked in Grand Rapids after a train clipped a man in a wheelchair Thursday.
Wildfires already well on their way to becoming the deadliest and most destructive in California history could gain momentum Thursday.
Authorities are searching for a woman who hid inside a store until close and stole several items.
Battle Creek police are looking for the man who robbed a restaurant at gunpoint Wednesday night.
A 62-year-old Springfield man accused of sexually assaulting “several minors” was arrested Wednesday, Calhoun County authorities say.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department found a missing Cedar Springs man who has a condition that can impair his sense of direction.
A man faces an attempted murder charge after allegedly beating his 70-year-old father at the victim’s Jenison home.
A new company has agreed to take on an unpaid loan of nearly $150 million to Ottawa County farming giant Boersen Farms.
They say a penny saved is a penny earned — but imagine saving about 60,000 pennies. A Battle Creek artist did just that.
A major manufacturing company in Grand Rapids will cut more than 200 jobs before the end of the year.
Anne Chamberlin has already faced a mountain of challenges in her life. She plans to face one more — and this time, it will be by choice.
It’s not snowing in West Michigan yet, but the plows were already revving their engines in Allegan County Wednesday.
The record hot temperatures didn’t keep people from hitting the streets during ArtPrize Nine, a new report reveals.
The likely carcinogen from a long-closed Wolverine Worldwide dump has spread in groundwater nearly 1.5 miles away, Target 8 has learned.
A total of eight people are charged with breaking into gun stores and taking a total of 33 guns, 28 of which are still unaccounted for.
Grand Rapids joins cities including Kalamazoo in paying academy tuition as a way to attract a larger pool of candidates.