The first night of television in West Michigan occured on August 15, 1949. WLAV-TV, the predecessor of WOOD TV8, broadcast from what is now …
Police are searching for two suspects who robbed a Grand Rapids party store.
An important hearing focusing on women’s health and the fight against breast cancer occurred Thursday in Lansing.
A drop in international adoptions is generating interest in adopting local kids.
Six people, including three kids, were able to escape a house fire in Muskegon County unharmed.
Miguel Cabrera hit a two-run homer in the first inning, and Rick Porcello pitched effectively into the seventh.
Police continue to investigate a shooting in which a teen was hit in his lower extremities while riding his bicycle Wednesday evening.
A camera was watching a Kent County inmate who committed suicide this week, but he was able to hang himself without anyone noticing.
An industry that has been suffering since start of the Great Recession is seeing a welcome change.
A 90-year-old whose age helped conceal his role as a drug courier was sentenced for hauling more than a ton of cocaine to Michigan.
A suspended University of Michigan student has sued the school, claiming it denied his rights in a sexual misconduct investigation.
A Grand Rapids pastor and counselor was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Nashville, Tenn, area news outlets are reporting.
Federal authorities say a man has admitted to robbing a bank branch located in the Alpine Avenue Meijer Tuesday.
Police are reminding Fifth Third River Bank Run spectators and runners about extra security measures that will be in place on race day.
"This is the last tax issue that city government will ask citizens to consider. Period," said City Manager Greg Sundstrom.
Despite his sudden death in March, the ending to Ryan Fischer's story has yet to be written.