Wednesday’s ruling means a federal judge will decide if Grand Rapids must release recorded calls in the Joshua Kuiper case.
The 40th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run in downtown Grand Rapids is 10 days away.
If you need a boost, consider a Sermorelin treatment from Skin Envy Non-Surgical Weight Loss Centers.
Verity Law makes it easy to prepare an estate plan in a relaxed, private setting, and with personable attorneys.
Update on the Gavin family, winners’ of the Columbo’s room makeover.
Local furniture and design store, UBU Home Furnishings, does some pretty special things to honor Memorial Day.
The Michigan Senate is passing a budget that would spend or allocate $542 million less than what has been proposed by Gov. Snyder.
Taco Bell is crediting a concoction made with a deep-fried chicken “taco shell” for partly propelling the 8 percent jump in sales.
Rep. Fred Upton who had opposed GOP health care legislation is now prepared to support it after meeting with President Trump.
The House has passed a $1.1 trillion bill to fund the government through the end of September.
The hiring binge is on top of the 4,500 people Facebook already has for such reviews.
The Michigan appeals court says teachers and other school employees can quit a union at any time, not just one month a year.
Officials say Michigan traffic deaths rose 10 percent last year as drug-impaired, bicyclist and motorcyclist traffic deaths increased.
Comey said it made him feel “mildly nauseous” to think his actions might have influenced the race won by President Trump over Clinton.
The White House said the “very good” phone discussion included a focus on setting up safe zones in the war-torn nation.
Grand Rapids police have arrested a man they say robbed a Taco Bell at gunpoint.
Authorities say two plain-clothes officers who were shot and wounded as they sat in an unmarked vehicle “were definitely targeted.”
McDonald’s is causing a stir with its “ludicrous” new creation: the Frork.
Grand Rapids police say the vehicle that hit the woman was not involved in the armed robbery.
A Kalamazoo County armed robbery suspect is in police custody, but not before ramming an officer’s vehicle.