Spice up your Cinco de Mayo with these mouth-watering munchies.
Police in Grand Rapids are searching for the wrong-way driver who caused a crash in downtown Grand Rapids.
A group of about 14 homeless women train each Wednesday for the River Bank Run’s 5K Walk.
The superintendent of East Grand Rapids Public Schools says a plan to charge tuition for some is not a ploy to get high-performing kids.
Nearly 1,500 Consumers Energy customers in northeast metro Grand Rapids lost power for about two hours Monday night.
Video shows the 2014 incident in which an innocent 17-year-old was arrested by police as he ran home to make curfew.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says black bears are very shy animals, but they can also be unpredictable.
A former St. Joseph teacher faces charges after an investigation into reports of an inappropriate relationship with a student.
A new Mother’s Day event will honor and support single moms who are trying to provide stable homes for their children.
If you thought Saturday’s 4.2 magnitude earthquake was a prelude to ‘The Big One,’ you can put your fears aside.
Western Michigan University has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit that claims it violated students’ right to free speech.
Both a Rapid bus driver and high school student who were involved in a fight in Grand Rapids last week will face charges, police say.
Michigan voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to decide whether to pass a constitutional amendment billed as a way to fund roads.
Snyder told The Associated Press that a Washington cabinet position is not something he is “really aspiring to.”
Local businessman and philathropist Jack Keller has died.
Prince William and Duchess Kate welcome Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.