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Can those tiny wire bristles on your grill brush lead to an emergency room visit? [Read More]
Is Lake Michigan the deadliest Great Lake or just the most frequented? [Read More]
A family of Somalian refugees received quite the surprise when a group arrived at their home ready to gut and makeover their home. [Read More]
There's a tree house on the market in Montague township and its previous listing price was more than $8 million dollars. [Read More]
Kent County Deputy Dale Dekorte met his partner Ritzy just four years ago, but now, she is a part of his family. [Read More]
Can using aluminum foil in food preparation give you Alzheimer's disease? [Read More]
The Sigsbee playground is in need of an update according to the state, and that may come to life this summer with the community's help. [Read More]
Employees at the nonprofit North Kent Connection were greeted by overturned couches and boxes full of donations Tuesday, May 30. [Read More]
Mel Trotter Ministries puts a roof over the heads of homeless young men. [Read More]
A pit bull bit the head of a 3-week-old Michigan girl, fatally injuring infant just minutes after an adult checked on her. [Read More]
Preliminary investigation indicates the child was left home alone with three dogs. [Read More]
A family dog attacked and killed a 3-week-old child in a home on Kalamazoo Avenue around 6 p.m. Thursday, May 25, 2017.        ... [Read More]
A family dog attacked and killed a 3-week-old child in a home in Grand Rapids, Michigan around 6 p.m. Thursday, May 25, 2017. [Read More]
An adult found the child with a severe head injury and one of the dogs had blood around its mouth. [Read More]
A cross is propped up in the back of Louann Patterson's home in Whitehall, a ribbon on it reads "Daughter." [Read More]
Taxpayers pay the price of oil spill cleanups under current law, but under a new measure the burden could shift. [Read More]
Muskegon Catholic Central is being evacuated and students are dismissed for the day, according to a parent. [Read More]
A colleague of a former Grand Rapids Police Department chief said he found "serious issues" with a report that revealed racial disparities in traffic stops. [Read More]
A project that's been 11 years in the making, finally came to fruition on Friday, May 19, 2017. [Read More]
After nearly a year long renovation, Kawasaki's Engine Division headquarters in Grand Rapids has finally re-opened. [Read More]