The unlicensed wrong-way driver who caused a crash on US-131 in August 2014 is going to prison.
Loved ones of the mother and two children who were killed at their Dorr Township home last week gathered Wednesday to honor the victims.
A man accused of hitting a 4-year-old boy sledding at Richmond Park with his car and then taking off was in court Wednesday.
A substitute accused of groping four girls at Kent City Elementary is considering a deal that would allow him to plead to one charge.
Grand Rapids Public Schools is holding a series of meetings for the public to hear more about a proposed $175 million bond.
Norton Shores police are warning that a woman and child claiming to be fundraising for a class trip to Chicago are not telling the truth.
Internet Explorer is known for being slow, old and full of bugs. Now, Microsoft has a plan for the future.
The state Senate has approved a bill that would allow for the sale of license plates as a fundraiser for Choose Life Michigan.
A contractor who took clients’ money but not finishing jobs has been sentenced to pay back thousands of dollars in restitution.
The moose population in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula appears to have dropped over the past two years.
Gunmen opened fire Wednesday at a major museum in Tunisia’s capital, killing at least 20 people.
Leigh’s is offering tax-free shopping during the Pre-Spring Break Party on March 19.
The new Linden Road Collection includes furniture and home décor.
Old World Olive Company will be one of the many fabulous things to see and do at Ladies Night Out.
Half hour special “Dying to Be Thin” to broadcast on WOOD TV8 and WOTV4Women.
Meijer announced Wednesday the opening of a Skechers concept shop inside the Knapp’s Corner Meijer in Grand Rapids.