The president of the Grand Rapids Downtown Market says it has generated millions of dollars in revenue since opening in 2013.
Gov. Snyder is calling for an investigation of how his health department handled the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the Flint area.
The state reports that 4-year high school graduation rates in Michigan increased for the 2014-15 academic year.
A 15-year-old who testified against two suspects in the January murder of a Grand Rapids teen no longer faces criminal charges.
The new Pure Michigan commercials make their debut Monday.
Many more teenagers could save lives under legislation being considered in Lansing.
Indiana appeared to have the game in hand until the Wolverines rallied.
The Irish eyes are smiling as the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day is in the air.
The 14-year-old girl injured in the shooting spree in Kalamazoo last month spoke for the first time since the rampage.
Learn about Chapters 7 and 13 in regards to bankruptcy
Meet Jordan’s daughter
John Ball Zoo opens Saturday, March 12
Local woman taking part in LaughFest
The man pulled from the Grand River Friday said his name was Noah. But unlike the Noah from the Bible, his boat ended up underwater.
Kalamazoo and Battle Creek come together after shooting
A funeral home owner accused of leaving a woman’s body in the back of a van has had another run-in with the law.
Chef from the Fulton Street Farmers Market shares St. Patrick’s Day ideas
Exotic butterflies are blooming at FMG
LaughFest kicked off March 10, 2016 with an attempt to break the world record for chicken chucking.
Ford Motor Co. is establishing a Silicon Valley-based subsidiary to build and invest in new mobility options like car-sharing and ride-haili…