City officials have cancelled a public hearing about a proposed ordinance that would limit the number of pets per household in Grand Rapids.
Twitter says it has revoked access to block “a third-party app” apparently used to hack a number of accounts to broadcast pro-Turkish messag…
“Saturday Night Live” gets the summer off, but “Weekend Update” will keep the political satire coming in prime time.
The Federal Reserve has left little doubt that it will raise interest rates Wednesday for the third time since December 2015.
President Trump is set to announce in Michigan plans to re-examine federal requirements that regulate the fuel efficiency of new vehicles.
A mobile home in Allegan County was destroyed in a fire early Wednesday morning.
Firefighters worked for hours to extinguish a massive fire at a business in Muskegon Wednesday morning.
State quarterfinals were held Tuesday night in the high school girls basketball tournament.
The Pistons are seventh in the East but are in a tight battle with several teams for a playoff spot.
The smoke detectors have been installed in 6,500 homes for free as part of a Grand Rapids Fire Department program.
A pedestrian was killed in a crash in Cutlerville on Tuesday night, according to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department.
The lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids and schools by the teen victim of sexual abuse by a tutor has been dismissed.
The White House says President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $36.5 million in income taxes that year.
Film censors said Tuesday the film had been approved with a minor cut involving a “gay moment.”
Just hours before Skylar Sturdevant’s big moment Tuesday night, the smile said it all: The 4-year-old was beaming with excitement.
The Tim Lester era has started for Western Michigan football. The new head coach of the Broncos ran his first official practice on Tuesday.
An extremely rare case of strep throat that almost killed an Alto man has instead taken his hands and feet.
A dozen or so Calhoun and Kalamazoo County churches have agreed to act as safe havens for people afraid they may be at risk of deportation.
When it comes to live TV, mistakes can and will happen.
Legislation has been introduced in Lansing that would allow motorists to use smartphones to present copies of vehicle registrations.