Back on home ice for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, the Grand Rapids Griffins kicked it into high gear in the third period to win.
Tanger Outlets is extending a thank you to veterans.
Scouts and their families placed American flags by each of the about 5,300 grave markers at the Grand Rapids Veterans Home Cemetery.
A car slammed into a Kalamazoo Metro Transit bus on Wednesday, sending both drivers to the hospital with serious injuries.
The West Michigan Whitecaps held the Fort Wayne Tincaps scoreless on Wednesday.
A Grand Rapids mom who said her 6-year-old daughter came home from school with bruises on her arm wants answers from the school district.
A West Michigan soldier came home Wednesday to surprise her children and other young family members.
A program that started in Grand Rapids to help families who’ve fallen through the housing cracks is now gaining traction across the country.
Local organizations like Equality Michigan on Wednesday released state-specific numbers from the national survey.
Michigan State University head basketball coach Tom Izzo surprised a Portage teacher with the Educator of the Year award on Wednesday.
A nonprofit surprised a 5-year-old girl with a special tricycle on Wednesday.
House Republicans’ health care bill would leave 23 million additional people uninsured in 2026, the Congressional Budget Office said.
Michigan’s top economic development official is stepping down after 2 1/2 years on the job.
Legislative economists estimate it would cost $410 million in the first year to close Michigan’s pension system to newly hired teachers.
Perhaps the biggest stumbling block to passing the budget is pension reform for new state hires.
Ford Motor Co.’s new CEO got a $1 million bonus when he took on his new role this week.
The Michigan Senate has approved significant changes in how the state buys and improves land for public recreation.
A 62-year-old Grand Rapids man who authorities were looking for has been found and is safe, police say.
Patrons could bring their dogs along while eating in outdoor areas of restaurants under a bill advancing in the Michigan Legislature.
A Michigan motel operator is checking into jail for lying to the government in a minimum wage investigation.