President Jimmy Carter has been honored as this year’s recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Medal for Distinguished Public Service.
The former chief of the Allegan Fire District has admitted to producing child pornography.
Neighbors say a man named as a person of interest in the disappearance of his wife shouted at her and threatened to kill her at least once.
For the first time in three years, the Grand Rapids Housing Commission is opening up its waiting list for Section 8 housing vouchers.
The upcoming charges stem from an alleged incident at an apartment on campus in January. The football players haven’t been named.
Authorities are investigating the death of a 3-year-old who was found in the bottom of a pool at a home north of Holland.
Two events are scheduled for Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the crash that took the lives of five bicyclists near Kalamazoo.
Investigators say a Grandville house fire that killed a 27-year-old man last week broke out in the area where he was known to sit and smoke.
In recent years, the state budget process has normally been wrapped up by early June. That may not be in the cards this time around.
The civil case of Chad Curtis, who’s serving prison time for sexual assault, is headed to trial after a settlement could not be reached.
Consumers Energy is celebrating a milestone in its efforts of helping endangered peregrine falcons rebound in Michigan.
Drivers in downtown Grand Rapids, beware: You may need to change your route because of a new round of construction.
This time of year is perfect to dive into a relaxing, cool pool. Nothing beats having a nice body of water outside your own back door.
Grab your library card and head down to the library to get started on a fun-filled summer.
Fun, fitness, and great views – a collaboration between 616 Lofts and Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse!
Developers have announced the name of a grocery store slated for Grand Rapids’ West Side: Bridge Street Market.
The Supreme Court will consider whether police need warrants to review cellphone tower records that help them track suspects.
What’s being billed as West Michigan’s first police ice cream truck will soon be rolling down Holland’s streets.
The shooter was a 45-year-old Army veteran who lived alone and did not appear to belong to any type of subversive or terrorist organization.
A woman is in the hospital after she was partially pinned under her vehicle after a rollover crash in Van Buren County.