The Michigan Department of Civil Rights has a former member of its commission in place to lead the agency.
Community members gathered Sunday to add a little beauty to a Grand Rapids elementary school.
A New Mexico man who had been watching “The Walking Dead” says he fatally beat his friend before he could become a zombie.
A Caledonia woman died Monday after being injured in a crash on Sunday, Kent County authorities say.
The Lions had an 11-point lead, but they blew it because they couldn’t protect the quarterback.
A Western Michigan University student who was visiting Norway has been found dead, the university says.
The smoke detectors that warned a family of a house fire were installed just a few months ago through a GRFD program.
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Relentless showers soaking Texas began finally clearing Sunday as dangerous flood warnings expired.
This week on “To The Point,” we wrap up our series of interviews with candidates running in the election for the 80th House District seat.
The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum will continue the education on fire saftey through January.
Pope Francis declared Sunday that “Today is a time of mercy!” as he closed out a historic meeting of bishops.
No one was hurt in a crash that shut down eastbound I-94 in Kalamazoo County.
Save money by building your furniture yourself with DIY projects!
Heavy rains were expected to fall in Southeast Texas through midday Sunday.
Gustav Nyquist scored in overtime and the Red Wings beat the Vancouver Canucks.
The Lakers exploded for 682 yards in total offense in their homecoming game Saturday night.
Two people sustained minor injuries in a fire that may have rendered an apartment building near Kalamazoo a total loss, authorities say.
Halloween is a festive day for family and friends, but it can also pose some challenges, especially for our dogs.
Kent County and local cities are asking the federal government for a grant to prepare for and withstand natural disasters.