Longtime Kent County Administrator Daryl Delabbio is retiring, 24 Hour News 8 has learned.
Wyoming police are investigating after two pizza delivery drivers were robbed in the last week.
ArtPrize brings all sorts to downtown Grand Rapids to take in hundreds of works of art, including buyers from Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Students at the University of Michigan can designate a personal pronoun to be used by professors.
The family of an inmate who died in a Michigan prison Tuesday believes corrections officers used excessive force.
The lawsuit claimed the district violated federal law in how it handled sexual abuse allegations against one of its teachers.
The driver of a truck hauling a pole that punched through the windshield of an SUV, killing a teacher, faces at least a civil infraction.
Anne Holton visited the Grand Rapids Public Library Wednesday.
Empty the Shelters day is returning to find more than 1,000 pets forever homes by waiving adoption fees for cats and dogs.
After nearly three full days of selection, a jury has been chosen to decide whether Sean Phillips murdered his daughter Kate five years ago.
A man is facing felony charges for allegedly abusing an 11-year-old girl and recording it on his cellphone.
An arson has forced Ken’s Fruit Market to gut their entire Grand Rapids Township store.
A teenager opened fire at a South Carolina elementary, injuring two students and a teacher before being taken into custody, officials say.
Authorities in Ottawa County are investigating a fourth sexual assault near Grand Valley State University’s Allendale campus.
The Senate has rejected President Barack Obama’s veto of legislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
Scientists say the controversial new technique combines DNA from the mother, the father and an egg donor.
The father reportedly thought the boy was in his backseat when he backed up, hitting the child.
Ford is recalling about 74,000 vehicles because the hatches can release too easily while the cars are moving.
Family members say a man who was shot and killed in Grand Rapids Monday night died trying to save his 15-year-old son and sister.
The Associated Press counted more than 40 cases of database misuse by police that resulted in discipline between 2013 and 2015 in Michigan.