Ray Rice says that an NFL team “would have to be willing to look deeper into who I am and realize that me and my wife had one bad night.”
The president of a local security company is facing several child pornography and gun charges, according to court documents.
A new report shows the Grand Rapids metro area added construction jobs during the past year at a faster rate than most U.S. metro areas.
Brady Hoke is out after four years at Michigan.
Myrtle Mae’s Chic Boutique lets you make a wish list that will be mailed to loved ones for holiday gift-giving ideas.
Skin Envy has treatments that can transform you into the best version of yourself.
Deer Tracks Junction has been transformed into Whoville for the Christmas Experience tour.
Express Employment Professionals and Mel Trotter Ministries are teaming together for Giving Tuesday.
Get crafty with awesome ideas on make-your-own holiday ornaments and gifts.
The West Michigan Youth Ballet will perform the Nutcracker in Grand Rapids and Muskegon.
The American Heart Association is making tremendous strides in the fight against heart disease in women.
One of the figures in a $46 million fraud that cheated hundreds of investors is headed to prison for seven years.
Detroit officials fully restored power to downtown after a major cable failure caused parts of the city to go dark for up to seven hours.
A section of eastbound I-96 has has reopened in Grand Rapids after it was shut down due to a car fire.
Police have arrested the father of a mentally disabled 15-year-old girl who has been hospitalized in Indianapolis weighing just 40 pounds.
Police have reopened East Beltline north of 28th Street following a multiple vehicle crash Tuesday morning.