Republicans won Senate confirmation of President Donald Trump’s choice for health secretary early Friday.
Even when Alex Ovechkin goes without a shot, the Washington Capitals seem to be able to score at will, especially at home.
A woman died from a heart attack and a teen was burned during a kitchen fire in Grand Rapids on Thursday.
Kalamazoo police say an intoxicated man caused a crash that sent both him and another driver to the hospital.
ArtPrize has responded to President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to watch out for a company promising its information will get you a big grant.
The Michigan Senate has passed a bill that would organize rules for charitable organizations’ “millionaire parties.”
Meijer is taking a fun approach to its Valentine’s Day advertising, parodying the Poison’s ballad “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”
Grand Rapids police are identifying the pedestrian who was hit and killed by a vehicle around 7 p.m. Thursday.
A Michigan company is getting people ready for a new wave of technology jobs.
Palatte Coffee & Art in Grand Rapids offers coffee and package safety to its customers.
A West Michigan auto supply shop has shut down Thursday thanks to some swift action by the Secretary of State.
A federal appeals court refused Thursday to reinstate the president’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
MSU Police are involved in the criminal investigation, which stems from a complaint made in late January.
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash addressed supporters and critics Thursday night during a town hall meeting in Grand Rapids.
Over the course of 10 years, Douglas Gene Barrow managed to rip off more than $79,000, PTO organizers told 24 Hour News 8.
Grand Rapids Public Schools says its spring count confirmed the enrollment increase that it posted in its fall Count Day.
Middle school-aged girls from Grand Rapids-area schools gathered Thursday to hear positive messages about self-esteem and mental health.
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A Calhoun County postal worker accused of stealing hundreds of pieces of mail is facing federal charges.