The president’s new immigration order will remove Iraq from a list of countries whose citizens face a temporary travel ban, officials said.
Tuesday night brought a rare battle of top-ranked teams in high school boys basketball.
Forest Hills Central and East Grand Rapids faced off on the ice Tuesday in the opening round of the MHSAA tournament.
The Associated Press takes a look at some of President Donald Trump’s claims in his prime-time speech to Congress.
Deputy Dale DeKorte knew three people in a car in the middle of a Kentwood road had overdosed — and he knew he had to act fast.
Marcus Morris scored a career-high 37 points, including Detroit’s first seven in overtime, and the Pistons rallied to win.
Striking an optimistic tone, President Donald Trump declared: “The time for small thinking is over.”
A Grand Rapids assault suspect is challenging the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office for offering him an unusual plea deal.
A man who attacked and shouted racial slurs at a Grand Rapids taxi driver will serve some jail time.
For the defense attorneys handling his appeal, Dennis Tomasik’s case was a breakdown of the criminal justice system at multiple levels,
The warm weather Michigan has been experiencing lately is threatening syrup production, shorting the season and cutting sweetness.
Officials estimate nearly 2 million gallons of sanitary sewage spilled into the river in Ottawa County before crews fixed the busted pipe.
Colorectal cancer mostly strikes middle-aged and older people, but new research shows a disturbing rise in cases among young adults.
A decision made in the moments after a baby is born is raising concerns from some West Michigan doctors.
Michigan State Police will be cracking down on drivers who use the left lane on the highway for general travel.
Gun Lake Casino is holding a series of job fairs as it works to hire about 100 people.
An executive for Dave & Buster’s is coming to the Kentwood restaurant to address a a dress policy that affected American Legion riders.
Amazon Web Services is scrambling to recover from a problem that’s caused its S3 cloud storage to fail.
A wrong-way driver involved in a deadly US-131 crash traveled south in the northbound lanes for 2.5 miles before the crash, police say.
Grand Rapids Community College police are releasing surveillance photos in hopes of catching the person who stole a vehicle while its owner …