If President Donald Trump were anyone else, he’d be reprimanded or fired for his latest tweets, experts say.
A tipster described the trail of deer bait as a “cobblestone road of sugar beets.”
The police chief says officers found the injured man and woman in separate adjacent homes.
Christine Reiss says she thought a jury would find her innocent.
Grand Rapids police are asking people to avoid a portion of Butterworth Street SW, after a home partially collapsed.
Police say two teenagers from Walker were critically injured when a minivan collided with their mopeds.
Prosecutors say they cannot prove without a reasonable doubt that Robert Chipman Jr. was not acting in self-defense.
After getting blanked Wednesday, the West Michigan Whitecaps turned the tables on Thursday, holding the Dayton Dragons scoreless to win.
The U.S. Coast Guard says the number of false distress calls on the Great Lakes has tripled so far this year over last.
Gorgeous weather will overtake West Michigan for the Fourth of July. The next chance of rain will arrive late Wednesday.
A thief stole the 12-week-old puppy in broad daylight as it played with the family’s five kids in their front yard in Grand Rapids.
Jim Paek left the Griffins four years ago to head up the South Korean hockey program.
A plan is in the works to help increase the number of affordable housing options in Grand Rapids.
An independent forecast verification company confirms Storm Team 8 produces the most accurate forecast of all TV stations in West Michigan.
Voters in metro Grand Rapids will decide in November whether to continue the millage that funds The Rapid bus service.
Kentwood police are looking for the man who lured a victim into a robbery under the guise of a Craigslist deal.
Fulmer came within one out of a shutout, and the Detroit Tigers hit three home runs in a victory over the Kansas City Royals on Thursday.
One of two men accused of raping more than two dozen women is headed to a state prison.
A trailer repair facility is a total loss after a fire broke out Thursday near the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
They’ve become a common sight on the streets of Grand Rapids: food trucks lining up in places like Rosa Parks Circle.