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MLive Top Five includes B.O.B. tragedies, President Bush visit, 'Cupcake Wars'
Former President George W. Bush was the keynote speaker Wednesday at the second annual West Michigan Aviation Academy's Leaders of Tomorrow Gala.
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How to watch Powerball: Drawing, live results, winning numbers and more
Tonight's Powerball jackpot is at least $600 million, making it the largest in Powerball history and the second largest among U.S. Lottery jackpots.
Sat May 18, 2013
Man Sentenced In Drunk Driving Death Of 8-Year-Old Girl
A Grand Rapids man will spend up to 15 years in prison for the drunken driving death of an 8-year-old Detroit girl.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- It's called "Build A Better Block GR" and its all about re-inventing Grand Rapids.
Homicide victim Latrice Maze remembered by family, friends at memorial service
Wanda Rose, mother of Latrice Maze, looks upon her family and a photo of Maze at a memorial service held for her daughter.
Student Film Festival: West Michigan students could win most of Meijer's 20,000 in prizes
File Photo: More than $20,000 in prizes will be given to 18 Michigan high school students on Saturday, June 8, at Celebration Cinemas North, for their winning entries in the Meijer Great Choices Student Film Awards.
WZZM-TV Grand Rapids
It's bicycle season, what are you riding?
May is national bicycle month and Friday was bike to work day. This means pedal power is on the mind.
Fri May 17, 2013
Hope College names Asian art specialist to head Kruizenga Art Museum
Hope College will break ground on May 24, 2013 for its Kruizenga Art Museum, a $5 million project to provide exhibition space and a home for Hope College's permanent collection of art.
Officials mark grand opening of historic McKay Tower's renovated second floor space
McKay Tower owner Chaundra Derks, left, and Jonathan Borisch along with Mayor George Heartwell speak at the grand opening of the Ballroom at McKay Friday, May 17, 2013 on the second floor of McKay Tower in Grand Rapids Mich.
Free Hudsonville Ice Cream at MLive Grand Rapids hub introduces people to flavor contest
The free ice cream sampling is another way Hudsonville Ice Cream is drawing attention to their contest which asks for recipe ideas that will represent Pure Michigan in an ice cream flavor.
Judge: Former Byron Center teacher, accused of relationship with student, violated no-contact order
Former Byron Center High School teacher Glenn Davis appears in 63rd District Court Monday, March 25, 2013 on charges of three counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Memorial Planned For B.O.B. Fall Victim
An event to remember Kevin O'Brien, who died from injuries suffered in a fall from a stairwell at the B.O.B, is planned for Thursday night.
Queen Anne gem on 2013 Heritage Hill Tour of Homes was 'adopted, not purchased,' say proud new owners
The weekend tour will be Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19. The parlor, living room and formal dining room also have antique lighting fixtures believed to be original to the house.
Thu May 16, 2013
Historic veterans memorials in Grand Rapids area rededicated Saturday
An image of the Memorial Day plaque located at Grand Rapids American Legion Post 459.
Live Chat: Ask questions about Amway's role in redeveloping Village of Ada
Ada Township supervisor George Haga talks about a 1960s aerial photo of Ada Thursday, May 2, 2013.
National Bike to Work Day: Check out Grand Rapids pit stops for Friday's 2-wheeled commute
Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell leaves his house on the corner of Fulton Street East and Gay Avenue SE as he starts his trek to work Friday morning as part of National Bike to Work Day.
Sentencing today for Grand Rapids man accused of drunken driving crash that killed 8-year-old
A 22-year-old Grand Rapids man will hear his sentence today for driving drunk, causing the death of an 8-year-old girl.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Memorial Service for Fallen Grand Rapids and West Michigan Officers
Every year, dozens of public servants gather in uniform to remember those lost in the line of duty, and today, that will continue with a memorial service in Grand Rapids.
Dollar General holding Grand Rapids hiring fair, as part of 10,000 new hires in May
Some of the 10,000 new employees Dollar General plans to hire this month will hail from Grand Rapids.