Gov. Rick Snyder was in Grand Rapids on Tuesday to show support for one of his long-standing priorities.
It’s one thing to have to drive in downtown Grand Rapids for business these days; it’s another thing when your business is driving downtown.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston for four days with a recurrence of a case of pneumonia.
Authorities say a Muskegon day care provider was sleeping when a baby was fatally injured, but that does not appear to violate state rules.
The days of sewage overflows and no contact orders with the Grand River in Grand Rapids are long gone.
Dogs once doomed to be euthanized are now headed back to their owner, a veteran who has been waiting and hoping for their return.
The newest development in Grand Rapids’ Eastown neighborhood is finished and almost full.
The man who fired shots into a crowd following a basketball game in Muskegon Heights, injuring three people, is headed to prison.
Two women were injured in Muskegon County when a large branch fell across utility lines, causing a pole to snap and fall on them.
A man offered an unusual plea deal that he thought was unjust may be regretting not taking the offer.
Investigators say the suspect was living in the Holland area at the time of the armed robbery.
Mental health, substance abuse, opioid addiction and sex trafficking were discussed at the Wedgwood Christian Services event.
A new study reveals black and Hispanic drivers were pulled over by Grand Rapids police at a higher rate when compared to other motorists.
A snowplow driver who left the scene after hitting and killing a woman as she walked along a Wyoming road in January has entered a plea.
Gov. Snyder visited Grand Rapids to tout a student contest promoting math as lawmakers focused on the math of keeping Michigan running.
Brad Paisley and Jason Aldean come to Soaring Eagle Casino and Hotel.
Find spring and summer’s most on-trend styles at Leigh’s.
Katrina Gross said her son attempted suicide and later died after being told a lie that a female friend had killed herself.
NCAA returned several events to North Carolina after the state repealed elements of a law that limited protections for LGBT people.
The limited-time beverage changes colors and flavors with a stir of the straw.