Maranda checks in with the Gustafson family and their foster puppy Zephyr.
Maranda’s “Where You Live” bracket experts Peter and Amanda break down March Madness.
This year’s theme of the fashion event is “Untamed.”
A free smoke alarm installation program is becoming even easier to take advantage of.
Audition to be one of the first contestants on the $100,000 Pyramid.
The money from the Flint Water Crisis: For Our Families telethon will go to the Flint Child Health & Development Fund.
Boost your brain’s mood by improve your outlook on life.
Get an inside look at WOTV 4 Women’s Best Coffee Poll winner: Jam’n Bean.
The For Our Families telethon is raising money for long-term issues from the Flint water crisis.
Get the Lead Out helps Grand Rapids area home owners and landlords make sure their homes are lead-safe.
Jimmy Kimmel put together a montage of Ben Higgins staring into nothing.
Enjoy St. Patrick’s day with an Irish beverage.
Enjoy one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in West Michigan on March 19.
Twenty men from GVSU walked to Traverse City to give back to community.
“The Bachelor” runner up named as next season’s “The Bachelorette”.
Jennifer Sklener attempts 10 miles with her Sole Sister training group, check out how it went!
Teens, teacher, and doctor weigh in about the good and the bad of cell phone use.
Each Tuesday is Science Tuesdays at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
Celebration! Cinema is airing Marissa Freyling’s story in “A Life Rewritten.”
Maranda works out with a personal trainer to try the slam ball.
From 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, viewers are encouraged to make donations to the Foundation of Greater Flint to help Flint’s kids.
Erin Bowerman takes on 10 miles in her training for the Gazelle Girl half marathon. Read about her journey here!
Ken Jeong is the star of the ABC comedy Dr. Ken, airing Friday nights. Relive some of his funniest roles and moments in his past films.
The West Michigan Women’s Expo, in its 18th year, kicked off on March 11, 2016 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids.
Parent Cafes connect kids, parents, and educators at Grandville schools.