Target 8 has uncovered another leak of patient information at Spectrum Health.
Henrik Zetterberg and Martin Frk scored in the third period to lift the Detroit Red Wings to a victory over the Minnesota Wild.
A woman was killed in a rollover crash northwest of Big Rapids Thursday morning.
Two of Michigan’s Republican lawmakers are on board with a proposed review of certain gun regulations.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum is fending off allegations it misappropriated donations.
Right now, law enforcement academy applicants undergo a statewide background check, but that’s it.
Former MLB star Darryl Strawberry was in metro Grand Rapids Thursday to speak at the annual banquet for Guiding Light.
Two members of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit are receiving some extra armor thanks to a non-profit organization’s donation.
Grand Rapids police are searching for suspects in the city’s southwest side in connection to a shooting.
The small, long-closed landfill north of Rockford is among three dump sites at the center of a Kent County Health Department cancer study.
It took some time to become accustomed to the new $863-million facility that will be the home of the Detroit Red Wings.
A man who left a woman alone after she had taken a fatal dose of heroin pleaded no contest in court Thursday.
Meijer is making major cuts in its information technology department, laying off or transferring hundreds of employees.
Ten new officers joined the ranks of the Grand Rapids Police Department on Thursday afternoon.
It’s now been nearly five months since the Portage teacher, Theresa Lockhart, vanished.
From the venues to the intersections, expect to see a lot of Grand Rapids Police Department Blue on Friday night.
Attorney Gen. Sessions said he is reviving a Bush era crime-fighting strategy that emphasizes aggressive prosecution of gun and gang crimes.
Legislation continues to advance in Michigan to ban local taxes on food, beverages and gum.
No 30-year period in history has seen this many major hurricanes or overall energy generated by those powerful storms, the analysis found.
As Michigan lawmakers head back to their districts, it’s not clear that no-fault auto insurance reform is closer to becoming a reality.