Chief David Rahinsky is expected to brainstorm with other law enforcement leaders s on ways to enhance public trust.
Willis would likely still be free if not for a girl, a little luck, some quick police work and help from a blueberry farmer and a mechanic.
A drummer who was seriously hurt in a tour bus crash is fighting his way through therapy by doing what he loves.
President Barack Obama created the first national monument to gay rights on Friday.
Plans to redevelop 28th Street are officially in the works as the city has entered a development agreement with the Wyoming Mall.
Police are looking for three suspects who threw fireworks onto Belknap Hill, starting a grass fire that led to a highway ramp closure.
It appears downtown Grand Rapids has transitioned away from just being a place where people come to work and leave after 5 p.m.
The crash happened shortly after 3 p.m. in Rutland Township on M-179 near M-43.
West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says 14 people have died during devastating flooding in the state.
Laws will let officers in five counties administer a saliva test to drivers suspected of being under the influence of drugs.
Helen DeVos honored for work in pediatric cancer, nephrology and urology
The woman who was suspected of kidnapping her daughter after failing to turn her over child protective services has been arrested.
A nondenominational church seeking to combat stigmas associated with marijuana use has scheduled its inaugural service.
Michigan will create an Amber Alert-like system to quickly warn people of mass shootings, terrorist attacks and other nearby “public threats…
Indigo is at Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary awaiting her forever home.
Iron opened its “living patio” for outdoor dining in downtown Grand Rapids.
Kent District Libraries are expanding offerings, including bicycle rentals!
The Michigan native is back home for four performances Dr. Grin’s Comedy Club in Grand Rapids.
A Michigan couple relinquished their rights to more than 100 dogs found in their home as they faced charges of abandoning or cruelty to anim…
U.S. disease experts say blood-lead levels in Flint children were significantly higher after the city switched its water in 2014.