On May 12th, WOTV 4 Women will air, “Real Women. Real Stories: Breast Cancer”, a half-hour documentary featuring Teresa’s story.
The competition is stiff as couples fight to make it to the top 3, and dance in the finale.
5 signs that mean he’s into you, and few that should make you reconsider your romance.
Jan Lehman shows affordable alternatives to pricey remodels in your home.
If your mammogram shows you have dense breasts here are some options to discuss with your doctor to do additional screenings.
Recent Michigan legislation mandates women are notified of breast density. Find out more about discovering density.
Learn about breast density and understanding your mammography results.
Local students give back to Mended Little Hearts.
Rockford High School program named the 2015 High School Television Station of the Year.
Find great ideas for your Mother’s Day Celebrations from The Chew!
Make sure you pick the right flowers for Mother’s Day. Some mean cheerful or joy, others mean beware or distrust See the full list.
Tips on how to store your winter clothes neatly and orderly to keep them in fantastic condition.
A biometric screening can reveal a complete picture of your health and if you’re at risk.
Missing mom on Mother’s Day? Here are 5 ways to cope.
John Kraus was named CTE Administrator of the Year.
The big race weekend kicks off with the Sports & Fitness Expo at DeVos Place.
Detecting breast cancer to save your life. Starting Monday, May 11 on all shows of WOOD TV8 and WOTV 4 Women.
Women from all over West Michigan gathered for the Connected Chamber Women Luncheon.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10. All around West Michigan moms are being celebrated!
Michele Fife shows the benefits of dry brushing.
Fifth Third Junior encourages kids to get active and be healthy.
Enjoy the MOMent this weekend with a quick and easy classic shortbread recipe from our Healthy Eats expert, Margaux Drake…
Vote for the best pizza in West Michigan!
Knowing your options and your child’s personality will help you pick the right option.
Women from West Michigan are helping deserving families.