Woody’s Press Box and WGRD’s Detroit Tigers’ opening day charity event benefited the the Boys & Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids.
A blighted block on the southeast side of Grand Rapids is about to see a big investment.
Michigan State University is taking its search for answers about sexual misconduct directly to the student body.
Fifty years ago this Saturday, an F4 tornado touched down in West Michigan. Join Storm Team 8 for a look back at the historic twister.
Investigators are looking into whether a meth lab contributed to a fire that critically injured a woman Monday.
Several years after a man stole nearly $50 million from investors, the U.S Attorney’s Office is trying to reimburse victims.
The number of restaurants receiving the Kent County Health Department’s Food Safety Award is climbing.
On April 11, 1965, a tornado swept through part of West Michigan. Take a look back at photos of the wreckage it left behind.
A federal appeals court has upheld a judge’s ruling that bars a central Michigan city from enforcing a bans on charity collection bins.
Students from Davenport, Aquinas and Cornerstone colleges are offering free last-minute tax preparation help for low-income households.
A man who played a big role in expanding the Gerald R. Ford International Airport has died.
J.D. Martinez of the Detroit Tigers has hit the first home run of the 2015 baseball season.
A Mason County judge has declined to recuse himself from hearing the trial of Sean Phillips despite a complaint from prosecutors.
A man arrested in connection to a fatal shooting at a Grand Rapids barber shop entered into a plea agreement.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to make a difference in the lives of patients this spring by giving blood.
Rolling Stone magazine’s expose was rife with bad journalistic practice, Columbia Journalism School Dean Steve Coll said Monday.