Pollen levels to remain moderate to high through next week.
Apple is releasing new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions.
Buying a car can be intimidating, and the debacle doesn’t always end when you roll off the lot.
The Department of Education has launched a new website to help people with student loans find a repayment option that best suits their needs…
A new, more expensive material the Kent County Road Commission used to patch some potholes this winter appears to be working.
A man charged last year for a crash in Grand Rapids now faces multiple felonies for allegedly pulling a gun on an officer in Livonia.
Justin Verlander pitched impressively into the seventh inning and J.D. and Victor Martinez both homered for the Detroit Tigers.
A football player from Plainwell who helped lead Michigan State to back-to-back bowl victories could be drafted into the NFL Thursday.
One of the men who tried to rob a Grand Rapids-area jeweler early last year is headed to a federal prison.
The lineup for the fifth annual GRandJazzFest was released Wednesday, and for the first time the event headliner is a woman.
A Kalamazoo psychologist faces criminal sexual conduct charges involving one of his patients.
A new high ropes course is set to open in northeast Grand Rapids within the month.
Fiorina has credibility in the Republican ranks. She ran a respectable presidential campaign and is a highly skilled debater.
The budget includes more for road construction, dental coverage for low-income teens and the investigation into the Flint water crisis.
The Muskegon Heights Police Department is bringing back baseball to a city in desperate need of more opportunities for kids.
One athlete training in Colorado Springs still trying earn his place on the U.S. Olympic team headed to Rio is triathlete Hunter Kemper.
A Muskegon County employee who allegedly requested sexually explicit pictures of a co-worker’s young children has agreed to a plea deal.
Volunteers only expected to handle 60 cases in their first year; instead they helped 275 victimized children.
How’s it going when it comes to bikes and cars sharing city streets? That’s what the City of Grand Rapids is asking.
The Grand Rapids Griffins are getting ready to take on the Lake Erie Monsters in the Central Division Finals.