The newly introduced, GOP-sponsored plan has major components aimed at addressing $11 billion in unfunded health care liabilities.
The suspect who allegedly shot and killed a Benton Harbor man during an armed robbery has been charged.
No. 13 Western Michigan remained undefeated, holding off Ohio 29-23 on Friday night to win its first MAC title since 1988.
An American Airlines plane made an emergency landing after damage inside the cabin Monday evening.
In a bold move by the defense of the man accused of two murders in Muskegon County, Jeffery Willis took the stand Friday.
Amid all his talk about taking things one game at a time and staying focused on the process, WMU coach P.J. Fleck acknowledged reality.
The KROC Center, funded by the Red Kettle program, provides a place for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Rick Keyes, who currently holds the title of president of the company, will transition in the new role on the first of the year.
Wyoming Gives Back is an annual event celebrating its sixth year of local businesses and the local community giving back.
People complained to South Carolina’s licensing agency about Todd Kohlhepp’s threats, grim statements and obscene Facebook posts.
Police say Kent Co. Assistant Prosecutor Josh Kuiper was driving the wrong way on Union Avenue SE when he struck the parked car.
Santa Experience co-owner Landon Luther says they “want Santa to be for everyone, period.”
Meet Spike and Daisy, this week’s featured pets from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
The Federal Railroad Administration issued a safety advisory Friday calling for screening and treatment.
Friday marks one year since 14 people were killed and 22 others injured in a mass shooting at a holiday gathering in San Bernardino, Califor…
Art Van hosted a night of joy on Thursday at its Kentwood location for the Salvation Army Angel Tree.
Myrtle Mae’s Chic Boutique and Dutton General Store are having amazing deals during their Open House.
Over 2,400 gymnasts gather for this huge competition in Grand Rapids.
Enjoy an evening of food and fun at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
Residents got their first look at the wildfire destruction Friday, and many walked around the once-bustling tourist city in a daze, sobbing.