City hall and neighbors are working their way through some growing pains on Grand Rapids’ West Side.
A Rockford teen seriously injured in a crash was out of the hospital in time to say goodbye to his brother who was killed in the same crash.
Wyoming police say a man with dementia who was reported missing Friday has been found safe.
If you’re looking for a furry friend to welcome spring with, look no further than this week’s pets of the week.
An Oklahoma food company is recalling more than 466 tons of breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.
Paul Manafort, a key figure in investigations into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, has volunteered to be questioned by lawmakers.
A lawyer is raising questions about the mental health of a suspect in attacks on three Michigan officers.
A staple to the traditional Lenten fish fry dinner is in jeopardy.
Michigan’s loss to Oregon has saved a Las Vegas casino owner $1 million.
UK police are looking for clues about why a British-born man became radicalized and launched a deadly attack on Parliament.
President Donald Trump declared it a “great day for American jobs” on Friday as he formally green-lighted the Keystone XL pipeline.
Rachel Dolezal still identifies as black, and looks black, despite being “Caucasian biologically.”
A dog was killed in a house fire in Plainfield Thursday night.
President Donald Trump and GOP leaders pulled their “Obamacare” repeal bill off the House floor Friday.
Two young children were found safe Friday with a family member after some confusion among their parents.
A state championship is now only one win away for Covenant Christian’s boys basketball team.
Records show that after a former FBI agent shot at Grand Rapids police officers, his partner arrived at police headquarters drunk.
Months after an LPN admitted to stealing medication from children, including a boy who later died, prosecutors have not decided on charges.
Michigan lost to Oregon in the Sweet 16 round of NCAA Tournament on Thursday as a last-second shot fell short.
The 61st District Court in Grand Rapids is launching a new service that will allow people to fight tickets online.