Students at East Kentwood High School were evacuated Wednesday morning after a fire alarm went off.
Now even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
Corey Kluber and the Cleveland Indians are off to a pitch-perfect start in the World Series.
West Michigan high school soccer teams met on the field Tuesday for regional semifinal matchups.
The Detroit Red Wings have now won five straight.
In a campaign cycle that has been soaked with drama, even the race for Kent County drain commissioner is heating up.
The countdown is on for operators to stop the stink coming from the Lowell biodigester.
Two young boys from West Michigan died in a crash in northeast Florida when an SUV driven by their mother overturned.
In the state of Michigan, you are not required by law to tell buyers about supernatural suspicions — that is, unless they ask.
The meteoric rise of WMU football continues — and more than just the football team is benefiting from the national exposure.
The building once known as The Rowe Hotel in downtown Grand Rapids has been renovated and reopened as The Rowe.
Davenport University is growing. The school’s W.A. Lettinga Campus in Caledonia Township is getting a new business building.
Neither Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh nor Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio are looking back as they prepare for the rivalry game.
Michigan’s gem to the north is the only place in the United States to grace Lonely Planet’s latest list.
The Grand Rapids police officer arrested for allegedly driving under the influence has been formally charged.
Are you willing to shell out more tax dollars to pay for the John Ball Zoo and the Grand Rapids Public Museum?
Metro Health is proud to support Kids Food Basket to ensure that children in the area are able to get the nutrition and food they need.
While at the scene of the shooting, authorities recovered approximately 100 stolen items.
A federal judge approved the largest auto-scandal settlement in U.S. history Tuesday.
Power has been restored to more than 4,000 customers in Kent County after a planned outage by Consumers Energy.