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A mobility system that helps eliminate transportation barriers to health care is the winner of Ford's $100,000 City of Tomorrow Challenge. [Read More]
When veteran Red Cross volunteers describe the Northern California wildfire aftermath as the worst they've ever seen, that's saying a lot. [Read More]
Since 2006, Pat Conrad and Allies for Greyhounds have helped adopt out more than 1,300 dogs. [Read More]
A Wyoming plant makes a certain type of firetruck that's often used in fighting wildfires, like the ones raging now in California. [Read More]
Statewide, the tradition of hunting is slowly losing its appeal and that can be a problem even for people who don't hunt. [Read More]
There was a time when fire and tornado drills were the scariest things students had to practice. But times have changed. [Read More]
Philanthropy, freedom, faith and family: the four themes expressed during the Celebration of Life Service honoring the life of Rich DeVos. [Read More]
Rich DeVos' heart was failing and he needed a new one. [Read More]
When the Vikings of Lakewood High School and the Phoenix of Little Village Lawndale met on the field Friday, it was more than a game. [Read More]
A driver on I-96 says she was the victim of rage, all over a misunderstanding about driving in reduced lanes. [Read More]
When his wife told him they were going to Grand Rapids for a rural letter carriers convention, Tennessean Mike Hinton was not thrilled. [Read More]
Jenny Kodat says she found the flaming plant on her deck Sunday, with no no easy explanation for the fire. [Read More]
Established in 2007, God Pods were part of existing faith-based programs that were expanded during Stelma's five terms as Kent County Sheriff. [Read More]
Weather-warning sirens in Grand Haven can't always be heard at the beach. So Ottawa Co. Emergency Management brought a siren to the beach. [Read More]
West Michigan emergency agencies are assessing security after hacks caused false tornado warnings in Genesee County. [Read More]
When it comes to Michigan's legislative and congressional boundaries, there are few straight lines. [Read More]
Investigators are looking for answers after a fire at a motel took the lives of a mother and five of her children over the weekend. [Read More]
Like many in Parchment, the owner of Cornerview Cafe is not going to let the water shutdown shut him down. [Read More]
Residents who get their water from the city of Parchment know they have a problem, but they may not be alone. [Read More]
Active 911 is just one of the upgrades Ionia County has made to shave seconds off an emergency response. [Read More]