Authorities say a vehicle fire that temporarily shut down the roadway is connected to what appears to be a suicide.
A new Michigan Department of Corrections policy is opening the door for more transgender inmates to receive hormone therapy treatments.
Americans aren’t enthralled with “Obamacare” and they definitely don’t like the Republican plans offered in Congress.
President Donald Trump said Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from all matters related to Russia was “very unfair to the president.”
A Nevada parole board decided Thursday that the 70-year-old former football star will be released in October.
Alex Gordon drove Brandon Moss home with a sacrifice fly to bail out closer Kelvin Herrera and give the Kansas City Royals a victory.
GRNow launched its new downtown app with a bang in the beer garden of The Sovengard on July 19, 2017.
A young boy was served alcohol at a popular restaurant in downtown Saugatuck last week, police confirmed Wednesday.
Three boys from Holland were seriously injured in a car crash northwest of the city Wednesday afternoon.
Arizona Sen. John McCain has been diagnosed with a brain tumor after doctors removed a blood clot above his left eye last week.
From the USHL to Quinnipiac University and then, hopefully, Grand Rapids to Detroit.
After the village president made reference to the Holocaust when disputing a parking ordinance, a resident is petitioning for a recall.
After time and weather took their toll on South Haven’s lighthouse, the community rallied to protect it.
The Saginaw Township police chief said the driver attacked at least one officer when they tried to adjust his handcuffs.
The gift of life runs deep for one West Michigan family, who is now celebrating three generations of kidney donations.
Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley visited Grand Rapids Wednesday to talk about the need to eliminate lead contamination.
A DNR employee says the invasive red swamp crayfish digs deep burrows that damage infrastructure.
Battle Creek police are trying to determine how a naked woman ended up on a fire truck parked in the fire station.
A jury has found a woman guilty in the murder of her husband who died in their Sand Lake-area home in 2015.
A jury has convicted a man guilty of killing a woman in an apparently random attack on Grand Rapids Community College’s campus last year.