The distracted driver who police say caused a chain reaction crash near Hudsonville that killed a 13-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty.
The Grand Rapids Home for Veterans has a new leader, following a shake-up that cost two top employees their jobs.
Police would have to adhere to new reporting requirements for seizing and taking ownership of people’s property.
You can get a flu shot without having to leave your vehicle.
New sentencing guidelines are shrinking punishments for thousands of federal prisoners.
Michigan is receiving more than $7 million to help state police handle untested sexual assault evidence kits and combat human trafficking.
A man was arrested after hitting both a police cruiser and an off-duty officer’s car in an attempt to escape authorities.
Technology could soon be on the market that would tell roadside workers when a car might hit them.
A portion of M-37 has reopened in Kent City following a crash.
Volkswagen plans to launch in January a recall of vehicles with software at the center of the emissions-rigging scandal.
Several entries will be lighting up the night during ArtPrize Seven.
For Halloween, special occasions, parties or just because here are 50 and 60’s inspired outfit ideas!
Two psychotherapists and a Grand Rapids artist created the ArtPrize piece Breakthrough, with the help of hundreds of people.
Harmony Brewery opened its newest location on Tuesday, mixing old and new at a familiar Grand Rapids site.
100 historical modillions that were removed from the capitol building during recent restoration work are for sale.
Police say two people were shot after apparently trying to rob a father and son they had arranged to meet through Craigslist.
New head coach Todd Nelson is trying to make the most of the limited practice time before the season opens.
Grand Rapids Public Schools is literally banking on this year’s count day and budgeting for the smallest student loss in years.
Sen. Bernie Sanders demanded Congress take steps to protect workers from companies retaliating against them for unionizing.
Michigan lawmakers want to make it costlier for stores that sell cigarettes to minors and the minors who illegally buy them.