Thousands of homes and businesses lost power Thursday after strong storms swept through West Michigan during the afternoon.
The Knickerbocker Pub at Bridge Street and Broadway Avenue NW will feature a teaching kitchen.
The truck driver who killed 84 people on a Nice beachfront had accomplices and appears to have been plotting his attack for months.
Federal police in Brazil have ordered the detention of 12 people who allegedly pledged allegiance to ISIS via social media.
ArtPrize is teaming up with Switch to bring hands-on exhibits to this year’s event.
The billionaire businessman declared the nation’s problems too staggering to be fixed within the confines of traditional politics.
General Motors is recalling nearly 290,000 older Chevrolet Impala sedans in the U.S. because the air bags might not inflate in a crash.
After the Fifth Third Bank robbery, the masked gunman was seen on a bicycle which police recovered during their search.
Pools and a cooling center are ready to welcome hot visitors.
More than 372,000 pounds of hot dogs and corn dogs are being recalled over concerns of listeria.
Thursday’s ruling is likely to weigh heavily on the IOC, which could bar the entire Russian team from competing in Rio.
Vice President Joe Biden says the U.S. has accepted an invitation to send a Navy ship to New Zealand for the first time in three decades.
The West Michigan Whitecaps opened a six-game homestand at Fifth Third Ballpark with a big win Wednesday.
Enbridge has accepted a settlement that will force it to pay more than $170 million for two 2010 oil spills. But is it enough?
Experts are predicting unhealthy levels of ozone Thursday for certain areas in western Michigan.
Michigan’s jobless rate dipped to 4.6 percent in June, a slight drop from May but the lowest in 15 years.
Sen. Ted Cruz stubbornly withheld his endorsement from Donald Trump Wednesday night as he addressed the GOP convention.
Police took several people into custody as skirmishes broke out during a flag-burning outside the Republican National Convention.
The head of Wyoming’s public safety department is heading to the White House.
The City of Grand Rapids was awarded millions of dollars from the federal government Wednesday to help reduce lead poisoning in children.