For the last five days, what's being called DeflateGate has been dominating the sports headlines. The question at large: Did the New England Patriots deflate the footballs in the AFC Championship game -- a 45-7 win against the Indianapolis Colts -- last weekend? It sure looks like it.
Orkin has released its annual list which ranks cities by the number of bed bug treatments they have performed. The Grand Rapids metropolitan area moved up to No. 20 in 2014, after being ranked 33rd in 2013. Chicago is No. 1. Detroit is No. 2.
WGRD debuted Motley Crue's final single "All Bad Things" during Liquid Lunch today! We first heard the song when they kicked off their final tour here in Grand Rapids at Van Andel Arena this past summer. Check out "All Bad Things" and the new mus…
We were joined on "The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show" today by legendary sportscaster Al Michaels. Michaels called in to promote his new book, "You Can't Make This Up: Miracles, Memories and the Perfect Marriage of Sports and Television."
The NFL will be investigating claims that the New England Patriots deflated footballs during the AFC championship game, where they annihilated the Indianapolis Colts 45-7, according to Bob Kravitz of Indianapolis' WTHR-TV.
Tom Brady threw three touchdowns and LeGarrette Blount ran for three more TDs Sunday in leading the host New England Patriots into the Super Bowl with a 45-7 AFC Championship victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
From big, bad super cars to luxury vehicles you dream about, the North American International Auto Show 2015 is capturing the attention of the automotive world with 51 product introductions at its press previews. There have been big pickups, high-performance muscle cars, hybrids, plug-ins and even dr…
On Thursday, health officials announced that flu shots are only 23 percent effective against this season's strain. This is not a good sign in a season where it seems more and more people are being stricken down with the flu.
A lot of states have weird laws, and New Hampshire, it turns out, is no exception. Currently, bottles of Breakfast Stout by Founders Brewery Co. in Grand Rapids is illegal to be sold in the state of New Hampshire.