Lowes has fired the customer service representative who sent a Grand Rapids woman a vulgar and threatening email.
One person was airlifted to the hospital after a head-on crash Friday that also injured three others.
The EPA says water sampling in Lake Michigan and a tributary shows no significant discharge of a potentially carcinogenic chemical.
Michigan health officials say the second person sickened by measles this year was on the same flight as the first patient.
At Don’s, life has always been a little slower, but after 67 years, the area’s only totally full-service gas station is closing its doors.
Barn for Equine Learning will host a proper memorial Saturday for the 13 horses killed in an early-morning fire on April 8.
Matching juvenile offenders with shelter dogs to learn important life skills.
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, was acquitted Friday in a 2012 double slaying.
A woman is heading to prison in connection to the fatal stabbing of a man in downtown Grand Rapids.
Hans Moederzoon van Kuilenburg said the war became real for her when she watched an ejected pilot get shot midair.
Meet Lambo and a pair of kittens, this week’s featured pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
Delta is giving airport employees permission to offer passengers nearly $10,000 in compensation to give up seats on overbooked flights.
U.S. regulators say inconsistent levels of toxic belladonna make the tablets a serious health hazard to young children.
Gateway Center doubles as a store and a training center for the homeless in recovery through the Holland Rescue Mission.
Come celebrate all of the tradition while enjoying all the new and different entertainment options May 6-14!
An estimated 683,000 children were abused in 2015. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is here to discuss the problem.
Still looking for the perfect Mother’s Day Gift? Romence Gardens has got you covered.
Watch the costumes, set design, and music all come together.
The four-by-four crashed through the windshield, landing inches from the driver’s seat.
The woman who caused a deadly wrong-way crash on US-131 in February was “super drunk,” preliminary reports have revealed.