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A 52-year-old Grand Rapids man was killed Wednesday night when an SUV struck his bicycle in Ada Township.
The American Red Cross of West Michigan plans to distribute cleanup kits to people whose homes were damaged by recent severe weather in the state.
County officials say Sunday's tornado that ripped through Wyoming and Kentwood caused an estimated $4.5 million in damage to about 300 structures.
The ramp from northbound US-131 to eastbound Stadium Drive is closed through July 21. All other ramps are open.
In case you haven't checked the mail, summer property tax bills went out this month.
The 18-year-old who shot a 16-year-old following a spat will spend three to five years in prison.
The Kalamazoo-area economy continued to grow through June, but not as fast as consumers, job-seekers and economists would probably like.
An 87-year-old woman was killed Tuesday, July 8, in a collision at Forest Hill Avenue SE and Cascade Road, Kent County sheriff's deputies said.
Mary Hollinrake, Kent County clerk and register of deeds, will not have to defend a federal lawsuit brought by a gay couple who said her office refused to recognize their out-of-state marriage.
A convicted murderer now accused of armed robbery and his friend are facing a lifetime behind bars after police say they offered a witness money to change his story.
The number of students considered college ready by the ACT test increased in about half of Kent County's 20 school districts in 2014, according to new state data released this morning.
A severe thunderstorm packing winds estimated at more than 80 mph spawned a tornado, injured at least six people and caused significant damage to homes in Kent County, officials said Monday, and storms with tornadoes damaged some homes in Iowa.
Kent County school districts and Dean Transportation are looking to fill nearly 100 transportation positions for the upcoming school year.
Sunday evening's severe weather triggered with no advance notice, catching even officials off guard, said Jack Stewart, the Kent County emergency manager.
This year's Kent County Land Auction once again offers land speculators, investors and would-be land barons a chance to buy the remnants of someone else's shattered dream.
FOX 17's Nicole DiDonato surveys more of the intense, concentrated damage in Kent County following Sunday night's storms.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:08 am
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