The Muskegon County Sheriff’s Dive Team has found the body of the swimmer who went missing after a swim in Muskegon Lake Friday.
WOOD TV8 is back on the air after the severe weather that swept through Grand Rapids late Friday afternoon knocked out the signal.
The last remnants of a 76-year-old West Michigan construction firm that suddenly closed this summer are about to be auction off.
Summer road work has choked traffic on major streets throughout downtown Grand Rapids, but there is some good news.
Police are urging people to beware of scam artists contacting residents by phone or email demanding money.
The passenger in a car that was headed the wrong way on I-96 Friday afternoon was killed when the car hit an oncoming vehicle head-on.
Veterinarians and groomers have donated thousands of dollars in services to 37 dogs that were removed from a suspected hoarder’s home.
Further tests are needed to pinpoint comedian Joan Rivers’ cause of death, the New York City medical examiner says.
There’s one camp in West Michigan unlike any other in the country, where kids can be heard, even if they struggle with stuttering.
President Obama is scheduled to speak at about 12 p.m. on NATO forces, ISIS and peace talks between Russia and Ukraine.
The lockdown that occurred Thursday afternoon at Coopersville Area Public Schools may have been a case of swatting, sheriff’s officials said…
Spectrum Health Medical Group offers free surgical weight loss informational seminars.
Get your home ready for fall parties and the holidays with help from UBU Home Furnishings
The folks at Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary nicknamed Gage “Cool Hand Luke.”
The 37th annual Hispanic Festival features food, music, sports, and kids activities.
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute is holding its annual fundraiser, A Latesummer Night’s Green, on September 13.