For the first time in three years, Katy Perry is returning to Grand Rapids as part of her WITNESS: The Tour.
A scientist and entrepreneur who has experienced big highs and lows in business is running for Michigan governor in 2018.
The Lakeshore Home Builders Association’s Parade of Homes is returning to West Michigan with a new tour option.
Comey accused the Trump administration of spreading “lies, plain and simple” about him and the FBI in the aftermath of his abrupt firing.
West Michigan high school lacrosse teams took the field Wednesday, battling it out in state semifinal matchups.
The West Michigan Whitecaps beat the Great Lakes Loons on Wednesday to tie up their three-game series at Fifth Third Ballpark.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission is preparing to adopt rules on fishing for several popular species and for deer hunting.
The Michigan House has voted to increase motorcycle endorsement and registration fees.
Buck Farmer outlasted Alex Meyer in an unexpected pitchers’ duel.
Christopher Lockhart’s father defended him, saying he had nothing to do with the disappearance of his wife.
When he got the call of a crash while leaving another scene, the Kalamazoo County undersheriff immediately knew it was big.
The man behind many of the foods we love — like the McDonald’s McGriddle and Smashburger — is a Grand Rapids native.
The state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the University of Michigan can ban guns on its campus.
The Syracuse Crunch have stopped the Grand Rapids Griffins from getting a stranglehold on the Calder Cup Finals.
Two people face charges in connection to a shooting in Grand Rapids that seriously injured their 45-year-old relative.
Nearly three weeks after she disappeared, police searched the Portage home of a missing teacher.
The West Michigan man who lost parts of all four limbs after contracting strep throat took his first steps since his amputation surgeries.
The Michigan House on Wednesday passed a bill that would change the way you can carry a gun in the state.
“She smells 100 times better than we do,” said Kent County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Dale DeKorte of his dog, Ritzey.
All three former winners of the Meijer LPGA Classic will be back in metro Grand Rapids for this year’s tournament.