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Sunday Dinner A Real Estate Company is inviting you to a free seminar.
Federal forecasters say this winter will likely be warmer and drier than normal down south, and colder and wetter up north.
Several West Michigan branches will close and more than 200 workers nationwide will be affected by the cuts.
The Frenzy crew was on sidelines all over West Michigan to bring you the action from 22 games.
Apple says nearly 90 percent of “genuine” products it bought on Amazon.com have been counterfeit.
The sundae measured a bit over 2,970 feet in length – more than 1,000 feet longer than the previous record.
A Michigan-based bank is giving people a good reason to pick up stray pennies.
The man accused of fatally shooting his mother’s boyfriend at an apartment complex north of Holland has been formally charged.
A suspect in the kidnapping of a Detroit toddler is in police custody.
Hyundai is recalling nearly 63,000 midsize cars in the U.S. because the panoramic glass sunroofs can come loose and fly into traffic.
A local man is one of the thousands of people taking part in this weekend’s races in West Michigan, but his story is one-of-a-kind.
A ramp along westbound I-196 in Grandville that has been closed for months is now back open.
Tesla Motors is starting to build its electric cars with all the sensors, cameras and other gear needed to drive completely on their own.
Jimmy Howard made 32 saves to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.
More than 20 arrests were made in Kent County Wednesday as part of a multi-agency law enforcement effort to crack down on domestic violence.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both struggled in the final presidential debate to explain comments from their past.
Underscoring the deep discord between Trump and Clinton, the candidates did not shake hands at the beginning or end of the debate.
A man was fatally shot at an apartment complex north of Holland after a second man intervened in a domestic argument, authorities say.
It will soon cost you more to send a package through the U.S. Postal Service’s flat-rate shipping.