Johnny Beehner is performing at Dr. Grins Comedy Club at the B.O.B.
Several fire departments responded to a fire at a warehouse in Caledonia Township.
A man charged with lying to investigators about the 2013 disappearance of Jessica Heeringa has pleaded guilty.
A person inside a downtown parking ramp spotted the man hitting vehicles with a hammer and called authorities.
The man charged with murdering a mom who disappeared days after giving birth was in court Friday.
Police are considering the death of an Upper Peninsula woman a homicide due to poison.
Authorities say a man wearing only boxer shorts stole a pickup and drove it into a Southwest Airlines plane at an airport in Omaha.
MotorCity Casino says a computer glitch that trapped players’ cash in its slot machines has been corrected, according to WDIV.
Hundreds of people are expected to run through mud pits and a 60-foot mud slide this weekend.
Kurdish militants on Friday attacked a police checkpoint in southeast Turkey with an explosives-laden truck.
An event this weekend will give home brewers and beer enthusiasts an opportunity to pick their own hops.
With more schools being granted waivers to start early, the tourism industry is concerned it may have a negative impact on the economy.
Our Frenzy crews were all over West Michigan Thursday as the high school football season kicked off, bringing you highlights of 18 games.
Blues Gym co-founder Dino Newville said the goal of the program is to stop violence and build trust in Grand Rapids-area communities.
Mona Shores used red zone stops to build momentum, pulling away from West Ottawa Thursday night to win the season opener.
A man suspected of stabbing his estranged wife turned himself in to police on Thursday.
High school football is back! The Football Frenzy team was all over West Michigan Thursday night, bringing you highlights of 18 games.
Brazilian police charged American swimmer Ryan Lochte with filing a false robbery report over an incident during the Olympics in Rio.
“We’ve got to battle adversity here and we can win,” said Elliot Uzelac, who led the team to its first playoff win in decades.
One day after their daughter’s funeral, the parents of a slain 18-year-old watched as their 16-year-old son was charged with her murder.