On the day he was supposed to go on trial for the murder of a Grand Rapids man, Ali Sharif Gray agreed to a plea deal.
An 18-year-old Grand Rapids man listened in court Friday as testimony tied him to his 20-year-old brother’s murder last December on Grand Rapids' southeast
Court documents detail allegations that an 18-year-old fired shots at another man during a robbery attempt about a week before he allegedly shot and killed his
A man has been arraigned in the death of his brother, a U.S. Army reservist, and is also being investigated as a "strong suspect" in the murder of his half
Grand Rapids police say a U.S. Army reservist shot to death was killed by his brother.
The latest in a series of community meetings aimed at decreasing violence in Grand Rapids was held late Thursday afternoon at Gerald R. Ford Middle School.
Michigan State Police helicopters have been heard above Grand Rapids in recent days -- and it will be a common sound in the next few months.
Two men will go on trial for allegedly shooting four men, one fatally, in the basement of a Grand Rapids home in December 2012.
Willie Wells captured an audience and drew tears when he pleaded for help in solving the murder of his daughter Robyn Griggs-Johnson on live television.
A Monday community dialogue focused on the topic of mental health in response to a recent spike in violence in the City of Grand Rapids.
A Grand Rapids support group provides support for the families of murder victims.
In a community wearied by nine homicides since Dec. 14, 2012 -- four of which remain unsolved -- Thursday's meeting at Gerald R. Ford Middle School focused on
Two men were arrested for the December 29 shootings that left one man dead and three others injured in the basement of a Grand Rapids home.
It seemed that the conversation took a turn when after the "Beyond the Violence" town hall forum ended and the conversation continued off TV and only on
24 Hour News 8's Beyond the Violence town hall forum brought together community members and leaders, pastors, and law enforcement to discuss crime in and
Strong role models, more opportunities, positive outlook and the community working together were common themes during a WOOD TV8 town hall, "Beyond the
Dozens of community members joined 24 Hour News 8 for “Beyond the Violence.” Our special community conversation focused on the causes of violence and
Studies suggest that chronic school truancy and involvement in violence, crime and drugs. Faced with the statistics, one local school district decided to
A pastor who was shot in the head a year ago says he does not want the man who shot him to serve the 20-year maximum sentence he was given.
A year after being shot in the head, MarShon Peoples returned to the youth ministry building where he was nearly killed.