Congress has sent legislation to the president reviving and remaking a disputed surveillance program after letting it temporarily expire.
A policy of requiring school attendance for families receiving cash assistance would become law under a bill sent to Gov. Rick Snyder for co…
The East Grand Rapids has approved the proposed 2016 budget, which includes money for new body cameras for the Public Safety Department.
Lawmakers are seeking answers from Takata and federal regulators as they focus on the biggest auto-safety recall in U.S. history.
FIFA President Blatter will resign amid a corruption scandal and promised to call for elections to choose a successor.
Twenty-five years later, a trial has opened in the death of a young man who was killed while walking home from a Grand Rapids bar.
The Senate sped toward passage Tuesday of legislation to end the National Security Agency’s collection of Americans’ calling records.
A federal judge ruled that Grand Rapids police officers acted reasonable when they detained an open carry advocate.
Spectrum Health is celebrating cancer survivors at Survivors Day on June 3.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen can create specialty areas for specific interests or hobbies.
Brookby Enchanted is a family-friendly event featuring unique fairy houses throughout the historic Blodgett Estate.
The first book in GR Reads summer program is “Maphead” by Ken Jennings.
The band just produced its first album with Bill Chrysler.
Sophia, 8, is one of just 20 children in the U.S. picked to attend the camp.
Not everyone is supportive of the “Vanity Fair”cover that made Caitlyn Jenner a household name.
One day after a story about a dog who allegedly died in a drying cage at a Virginia Petco went viral, Petco is denying the claim.