Van Andel Arena is opening doors early at 6:30 p.m. in anticipation of crowds for sold out concert.
Locals say vandalism to a small cemetery in Van Buren County — nearly three dozen tombstones damaged — ‘makes them sick.’
Three people who had overdosed were saved by Berrien County deputies who recently began carrying the drug known as Narcan.
Jeb Bush says he’s endorsing Ted Cruz for president.
Maranda is bringing Park Parties to six West Michigan locations this summer.
Belgian authorities searched Wednesday for a man pictured at the Brussels airport with two apparent suicide bombers.
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High school boys basketball teams battled it out on the court Tuesday night, hoping to get one step closer to a chance at a state title.
Long lines and high interest marked primary contests across Arizona, Utah and Idaho on Tuesday.
Erik Condra ended a 20-game drought with a pair of goals to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning past the Detroit Red Wings.
Muslim leaders in West Michigan said the Islamic State group does not follow traditional Islam, a faith they say condemns killing.
Power was restored in the Rockford area sometime early Wednesday.
Michigan State’s Deyonta Davis is expected to do his due diligence as he decides whether to enter the NBA draft or stay in school.
It was a stunning upset when Michigan State fell to Middle Tennessee in their NCAA Tournament opener on Friday.
Even as Brussels is still reeling from terrorist attacks, Belgian authorities say they are certain another is already being planned.
The list of proposed recommendations includes letting students choose which restroom to use and by which pronouns they will be referred.
Money cuts have forced a Grand Rapids-area adult foster care home to close — and others could follow.
A mother and son have been arrested after allegedly stealing items from lockers at a West Michigan YMCA.
Paws, Claws & Corks was held on March 21, 2016 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids.
The Michigan Senate approved a $720 million restructuring plan on Tuesday that would divide Detroit’s ailing school district in two.