Former Detroit Tigers player and Pontiac native Kirk Gibson spoke out about his battle with Parkinson’s Disease in Grand Rapids Tuesday.
It appears the city of Grand Rapids won’t require residents to register if they are planning a rally involving more than 50 people.
Former CIA Director Brennan told Congress he personally warned Russia last summer against interfering in the U.S. presidential election.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Tuesday that the state will receive $399,459.58 from the settlement.
Police have a taken a man wanted in connection to a death investigation into custody following a search Tuesday.
Back and Neck Pain Expert discusses the different treatment options that are offered for those suffering.
There’s a real need for drivers and cyclists to understand the rules of the road and the different city ordinances that support them.
Join Samaritas for food, entertainment, and tours of the Cottages!
Is your home stuck in a design crossroads? If you’re not sure what would look good in your space, maybe it’s time to get professional help.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that allows more victims of human trafficking to have their criminal records dismissed.
List of summer concerts, job fairs, and water park events.
A driver has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge in the crash that killed a man as he walked along the street in Georgetown Township.
Tuesday’s ruling also revealed the moments leading up to the March 23 death of Timothy Coleman.
A man accused of stabbing three people at a Holland apartment on Friday has been formally charged.
Hazmat teams were called to Muskegon Catholic Central after an irritant leak sent 18 people to the hospital.
Roger Moore, the longest-serving movie star to play iconic British spy James Bond in the famed film series, has died in Switzerland.
Over the last five years, the increase in median CEO pay was nearly double the typical worker paycheck.
Brian Kingshott says while the attack had some terrorism hallmarks, one thing was different and “a little bit surprising.”
President Trump sent Congress a $4.1 trillion spending plan that relies on faster economic growth and steep cuts to programs for the poor.
An annual event aimed at helping local veterans join the workforce is expanding in Muskegon.