Pennsylvania State Police continue their search for the suspect in the fatal shooting of a state trooper.
In Dallas, the teams are focusing on practice and the Monday’s Cotton Bowl game. But outside of practice, there is plenty for the Broncos to…
No. 10 Florida State beat No. 6 Michigan 33-32 in a wild Orange Bowl on Friday night.
There was some great action on the hardwood Friday.
Millsap scored 26 points and Korver added a season-high 22 on Friday night to lead Atlanta to a victory over the Detroit Pistons.
This is the first time in eight years that Grand Rapids won’t have a ball drop celebration downtown.
A man is looking to make things less cold for our most vulnerable citizens warmed hearts and beds with a big donation.
Three people were injured after a head-on crash near Rockford Friday night.
Key Western Michigan defensive players met with the media Friday morning in what is known as break-out sessions.
East Kentwood graduate John Keenoy is the leader of the offensive line for the 13-0 Broncos.
A Kent County pizzeria plans to give the homeless and downtrodden a little something to celebrate this New Year.
As we get closer to welcoming in the New Year, a Grand Rapids bar wants to help people say good riddance to 2016.
Shelter workers are crediting the media for a reunion between owners and a dog rescued from freezing waters in Muskegon County.
Debbie Reynolds passed away this week, her son said the stress of Carrie Fisher’s death the day before was too much for his mother to take.
If you’re looking for a furry companion, look no further than this week’s pets of the week from the Kent County Animal Shelter.
Asantay Brown is arguably the most versatile athlete ever to play under P.J. Fleck at Western Michigan University.
Grand Rapids police say they’ve identified a couple that racked up a $320 bill at a downtown restaurant and left without paying.
The 10-2 Michigan Wolverines will tangle with the 9-3 Florida State Seminoles in the best matchup of Friday’s five bowl games.
Campesino SOS helps migrant and seasonal workers connect with farmers who need help, as well as clinics and legal aid in the area.
Greenville’s mayor is standing behind the city’s public safety director after the director was charged with felony fraud.