Stephen Colbert filmed a 41-minute segment for a public access television show in southeastern Michigan on Wednesday.
Nearly six months after Harold Knight allegedly strangled his wife, detectives say it appears he has used her Facebook account.
A Grand Rapids-area chiropractor who billed insurance for procedures he didn’t provide will not spend any time behind bars.
A Kent County deputy’s cruiser was involved in a crash Wednesday afternoon.
The Senate approved a $1.5 billion plan to improve roads by raising fuel taxes and redirecting money from elsewhere in the budget.
As America celebrates its Independence Day, here’s a look at other past July 4th events.
According to a Michigan State Police news release, there are no threats to Michigan at this time.
A report from the New York Post says TV Land has pulled reruns of the TV series “The Dukes of Hazzard” from its network.
According to In Touch, the lawsuit could force stars of “19 Kids and Counting” to file depositions regarding the alleged molestation scandal…
The slated opening date for the highly anticipated Slows Bar BQ restaurant at the Downtown Market in Grand Rapids has been delayed yet again…
Attention shoppers: The highly-anticipated Tanger Outlets mall just south of Grand Rapids is still expected to open at the end of the month.
Tinney Automotive goes through helpful tips to have a fun and safe road trip.
The Smithsonian exhibition “The Way We Worked” has special events leading up to July 4 in Plainwell.
Matchmaker Michigan can help find the right match for you for lasting love.
The band is performing at a CD release party July 4 at Founders.
Nearly a year after a tornado tore a path through parts West Michigan, a Wyoming park is reopening.
“Let’s Go To Bat For Kids” is a free family event for the mission of Catholic Charities West Michigan.