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Trees for Troops is bringing holiday cheer to the troops.
Help benefit families who have suffered the impact of a house fire.
DisArt and Celebration Cinema join together for a screening of Gleason, a film that explores ALS and family struggle.
Some of the best local dancers will hit the floor at this fun event.
Bring the whole family out to celebrate this Dutch tradition.
Grandville High School’s new twist to the Mannequin Challenge is invading news feeds nationwide.
The “Walking School Bus” made its inaugural trip through a neighborhood in southeast Grand Rapids Thursday.
November was another bloody month in Chicago, ending with more than twice as many homicides as during the same month last year.
The Broncos have been in the MAC Championship twice before, but a win this weekend would be the team’s first victory there since 1988.
Law enforcement officers, family and friends paid their final respects to a Detroit police officer killed in the line of duty.
A man police say shouted racial slurs at a Grand Rapids Taxi driver he allegedly attacked is expected to be arraigned Thursday.
Two teens suspected of breaking into at least 15 vehicles in the Kalamazoo area were taken into custody Thursday morning.
An elderly man was killed in a single vehicle crash in Barry County Wednesday night.
The slow recovery of the U.S. economy is continuing to keep the gifts listed in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” — from spiraling out of contr…
Five people were killed in two states after at least 13 twisters damaged homes in parts of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
The abductors of a California woman who was held captive for three weeks branded her with a message before letting her go.
The suspect in the fatal shooting of a Tacoma officer has been shot and killed by police after a lengthy barricade situation.
Grand Rapids police are searching for a suspect in a shooting that injured one person Wednesday night.
A voter identification bill introduced in the Michigan Legislature’s lame-duck session is stirring controversy.