Kristina from Priority Health has some tips to make it from the couch to the finish line.
Diamond Sahara is the winner of the Equest Center’s Trainer’s Cup Challenge.
Student’s persistence brings inspirational blind pilot to speak at West Michigan Aviation Academy.
Which farmers’ market in West Michigan made Cooking Light’s “50 Best Farmers’ Markets” list? Find out!
Top 200 in the US for the State Farm Neighborhood Assist Grant
What were the most popular baby names in 2014? Here’s the list.
Child abuse and neglect can affect the whole community. Do you know what to do?
Find a 2015 Memorial Day parade near you!
Take the poll. Who will be this season’s “The Bachelorette”?
The Deaf Pride Games is a language barrier free day, where students of all ages come together.
Girl power downtown with Girls On The Run.
The 46th annual Heritage Hill Tour of Homes opened the doors of eight beautifully restored houses and three historic public buildings.
Music’s biggest names were in Las Vegas Sunday night for the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
“Minions” comes to Celebration! Cinema on July 10.
Mollie Smith shares her story of having a BRCA gene mutation.
Michigan is one of the states to adopt a law on breast density. To learn about what’s happening around the country, click on any state in th…
The 2015 Wish Ball celebrated wishes granted by Make-A-Wish Michigan.
WOTV 4 Women readers have spoken! Here’s the best five pizza places in West Michigan….
Dr. Jessica Keto walks you through more cancer screening options you can consider if you are told you have dense breast tissue.
What happens when TV’s greatest soap goes live? Don’t miss the major twists, turns, and shocking revelations this Friday and Monday!
Sheryl Crow will perform in Nashville for simulcast event benefitting Van Andel Institute.
Local West Michigan women who have survived or are surviving breast cancer share their pictures.
Breast density and family history both play roles in your risk for developing breast cancer.
The West Michigan Whitecaps are celebrating their 22nd year.
Lawyer Teresa Hendricks-Pitsch advocated to pass Senate Bill 879 to require doctors to notify women if they have dense breasts.