GRAM exhibition and WMEAC Film Series selection focus on photography of Edward Burtynsky.
The annual Go Red for Women Luncheon takes place in Grand Rapids on February 25.
“Looking Forward: The Artwork of Kirk Newman” at the UICA examines the career of artist Kirk Newman.
East Grand Rapids students are headed to Washington, D.C. to represent Michigan in “We the People” competition.
The annual Charity Ball for Children raised money for Ele’s Place and Baxter Community Center.
A 28-year-old Muskegon man has died after being hit by two vehicles Saturday night.
WOTV4Women has put together a list of Go Red for Women events to spotlight the American Heart Association’s February campaign.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” will not be Harper Lee’s only published book after all.
Police say a 53-year-old man likely won’t face charges after he was found walking along an interstate wearing nothing but a cowboy hat.
Help someone in Michigan this winter season by becoming a “Snow Angel.”
Some of the ultra-filtered Fairlife milk comes from West Michigan cows, and is bottled in Coopersville.
The National Sleep Foundation has released a new study about the amount of sleep a person needs based on their age.
The FCC is proposing to re-classify the internet as a public utility which would give the federal government the power to regulate it.
For Valentine’s Day, find a romantic getaway for you and your significant other.
A man was arrested after a brief standoff in Grand Rapids Monday night.
West Michigan movie theaters are vowing to show “Fifty Shades of Grey” despite petitions asking them to keep it off local screens.