RoadID helps first responders and your family in the event something happens when you are on a walk, run, or bike ride.
How families can learn to cope in the face of tragedies like the Kalamazoo shootings.
Grand Rapids First Church hosted a prom for people with special needs called “Night to Shine.”
Check out Maranda’s top picks for this weekend in the Five Star Family Fun Update.
John Ball Zoo is looking to fill more than 150 positions this summer.
Celebration! Cinema is bringing back Flick’s Family Film Festival for spring.
The Air Zoo Science Innovation Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding STEM students and educators.
Community members get a crash course in Michigan’s new M-STEP and SAT tests.
See ten great ideas for healthy snacks that can boost brain power for test day.
Before Oscar Sunday arrives, watch these Oscar-winning animated films from the last 10-years with your family for a Hollywood movie night.
Follow along as a West Michigan mom attempts to get fit for 2016.
How parents can discuss violence and tragedies with children.
After a random act of violence, parents want to know what’s being done to keep children safe.
Grand Rapids pastors address the question, “why do bad things happen to good people?”
Maranda’s special edition of Where You Live will focus on talking about tragedy as a family.
Resources for parents to guide their families through tragic situations like mass shootings.