The woman believed to be the oldest person in West Michigan has died.
A pre-trial hearing was held in the case of 12-year-old murder suspect Jamarion Lawhorn, but he wasn’t there.
There’s only one week left before Gov. Rick Snyder learns whether Michigan voters have decided to keep him in office.
For many health care workers, the initial reaction to Ebola is a lot like the initial reaction to a health crisis from a generation ago.
The city is scrapping odd/even parking on some streets and telling drivers they can park on only one side of the street.
The Twitter account that took credit for a possible swatting incident in Coopersville appears to be connected to a threat in Hudsonville.
Voters will decide on Nov. 4 whether they want to institute term limits for the Grand Rapids mayor and city commissioners.
The dates for next summer’s Meijer LPGA Classic have been set.
President Obama says the U.S. can’t be seen as shying away from battle against Ebola.
County and emergency responder officials say they’re prepared to handle a local case of Ebola, should one occur.
Police arrested a man after he led deputies on a short pursuit before losing control of his motorcycle.
Exploring the art of cheese making in the Traverse City area.
The Pathway to Caregiving Conference is hosted by Clark Retirement Community.
The Kent County Health Department breaks down what Ebola is, who is at risk, and what to do if there is an illness.
Career-minded woman from across West Michigan will gather for a night of fashion and fun to benefit a great cause.
Ionia Avenue will be shut down in Grand Rapids on November 1 for Halloween on Ionia 2014.