Despite the fire danger connected to the Samsung Galaxy Note7, giving up their smartphone will be hard for some loyal users.
Restaurant Week Grand Rapids on Tuesday presented its annual donation to a fund that provides scholarships for local culinary students.
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Months after being forced to shut down for a week due to health code violations, XO Asian Cuisine says it will soon be closing its doors.
A woman sustained life-threatening injuries after a car crash involving a deer in rural Kent County.
Donald Trump unleashed a torrent of Twitter attacks Tuesday on the party he hopes to lead to the White House.
Hacked emails show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was slow to grasp the seriousness of the controversy over her use of a home email server.
A free open house for patients suffering from neck and back pain.
Join David Carrier this fall at one of his workshops around West Michigan.
Gordon Water discusses reverse osmosis, water softeners, and color and odor.
Grand Rapids Public Museum High School was chosen out of 700 other applicants as one of 10 schools nationwide as a XQ Super School.
France will open its first safe-injection room for drug addicts despite years of efforts by conservatives to block the plan.
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi tribe come together to make a difference for today’s generations and for those to come.
Red Lobster is getting a $575 million investment from a Thai seafood exporter linked by an Associated Press investigation to slave-peeled sh…
A Wyoming landlady accused of taking advantage of potential renters pleaded not guilty in court on Tuesday.
It’s tulip planting time at Windmill Island Gardens in Holland.
President Barack Obama sought Tuesday to reinvigorate his call for the U.S. to send humans to Mars by the 2030s.
Benton Harbor officers are looking for a 19-year-old man in connection to a shooting that sent another man to the hospital.
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Judge Peter Wadel said considering abortion and adoption “do not rise to the level of planning for or intending to kill the baby.”