Several houses near the Kalamazoo River in Comstock and Kalamazoo townships have been affected by flooding.
A Western Michigan University student landed one of the best jobs in PyeongChang. He’s been hosting the U.S. men’s hockey team.
Emergency shelters are open across West Michigan for people who have been displaced by flooding.
A federal probe into college basketball list a wide range of payments from agents to at least two dozen players or their relatives.
There is a Korean proverb that states: When whales fight, a shrimp’s back is broken.
Grand Rapids police are investigating after two people were killed in a deadly crash early Friday morning.
You see them panhandling nearly every day, but it’s what you don’t see that reveals the depth of the opioid crisis.
The Russians finally have a gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, thanks to a 15-year-old figure skater.
Michigan biologists are looking for volunteers to help with an annual survey of frogs and toads.
The money would go toward educating students who can fill jobs in professional trades, information technology and other high-demand fields.
The Barry County sheriff is warning residents of rising floodwaters throughout the county, calling it the worst he has ever seen.
Belding schools called off Friday classes as a precaution after a social media threat that originated in New Mexico was circulated locally.
Kikkan Randall spoke with Nexstar’s Andrew Marden about her gold medal win in cross-country skiing.
Mia Manganello and Brittany Bowe earned the U.S. its first women’s speed skating medal in 16 years.
Michigan native Megan Keller has an Olympic gold medal draped around her neck.
A West Michigan realty company is expanding and plans to open up shop with a new location in the heart of downtown Holland.
Mass flooding in West Michigan is pushing back a big beer festival that was scheduled for this weekend.
Kids got the chance to see “Black Panther” after one man made it his mission to provide the opportunity for as many people as possible.
Kalamazoo officials say they expect “historic flooding” in the city this weekend.
As metro Grand Rapids prepares for the impact from floodwaters, communities to the east are already experiencing problems.