The BISSELL Blocktail Party was held at Mangiamo! in Grand Rapids on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.
Walt Disney World plans to install a sculpture to honor the 2-year-old boy killed at one of its Orlando resorts.
The heat wave hitting West Michigan is taking its toll on highways, which are buckling from the excessive heat.
Two Georgia inmates described as “dangerous beyond description” remain on the run after killing two guards.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced involuntary manslaughter charges against 5 officials Wednesday.
A top House Republican was shot and wounded by a rifle-wielding gunman Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice.
Samantha Jo Lubbers didn’t see the train as she pulled out of her driveway and into its path, authorities say.
Otto Warmbier arrived home Tuesday night and was taken directly to an Ohio hospital for treatment.
When school ends, so does the main source of meals for many West Michigan children. That’s where Meet Up and Eat Up comes in.
The blaze in the 24-story building in North Kensington also injured 79 others, 18 of them critically, and left an unknown number missing.
There’s no question opioids have devastated countless lives, killing tens of thousands of Americans yearly. But they’ve saved many others.
Authorities say they confiscated opioids, meth, marijuana and guns in a drug bust in Kalamazoo’s Northside neighborhood on Tuesday.
Michigan officials have released a tentative plan for reducing nutrient pollution that causes potentially toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie.
There was a minor crash after the pavement on an I-196 off-ramp buckled Tuesday.
Tournament play doesn’t begin until Thursday, but some golfers were already out at Blythefield Country Club in Belmont Tuesday to practice.
Looking at a large budget shortfall, the city of Muskegon will have to slash its fire department’s funding for next year.
Nearly 2,000 people died in 2015 in Michigan from drug overdoses.
A former Covert Township police officer has entered a plea agreement in a sexual assault case.
The hot, dry weather of late couldn’t have come at a worse time for West Michigan farmers working to get seedlings off the ground.
GRPD Chief David Rahinsky wants to use a portion of the city’s budget to hire more officers to improve community relations.