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Over 400 people registered to take part in Saturday's Snow Jog for chances to win prizes, dress up in costume and of course, drink beer. [Read More]
For the first time this year, MLK Day events include a community celebration at the Kalamazoo State Theatre. [Read More]
Former Portage Northern High School bowling coach Roy Menken underwent a double lung transplant last March. [Read More]
Western Michigan University will become one of the few colleges and universities to "formally sponsor" video gaming, it said. [Read More]
Ribeye steaks and salmon fillets are on the menu at the Kalamazoo Gospel Mission thanks to the food donation valued at $60,000. [Read More]
"We would like to thank the community for the numerous tips which aided in the identification and location of the suspect," Calhoun County Sheriff's Office... [Read More]
Firefighters responded at 2:50 p.m. Thursday to a report of smoke coming from an apartment building on Four Mile Road NW. [Read More]
No one was injured in the standoff, police said. [Read More]
The best way to prevent the spread of canine parvovirus is to vaccinate your dog, Lt. Jim Charon said. [Read More]
The free, kid-friendly event included Michigan's largest ball drop measuring in at 10 feet 6 inches, according to organizers. [Read More]
A ball 10 feet, 6 inches in diameter, just 18 inches smaller than the Times Square ball, will be dropped from a 60-foot zipline tower. [Read More]
A 23-year-old Cassopolis resident lost control of her vehicle on Dailey Road in Jefferson Township on Sunday afternoon. [Read More]
A 30-year-old Kalamazoo man allegedly struck two family members in the head with the butt of a handgun, police said. [Read More]
Scott Siler from the Caledonia Fire Department said two chickens were in the barn, located at 5514 100th St., at the time of the fire... [Read More]
"We know that the need is great," said Pastor William Stein, chairman and co-founder of God's Kitchen of Michigan. [Read More]
John O. Simpson was struck by a car and killed Tuesday evening while attempting to cross West Main Street. [Read More]
An estimated 60 to 70 homeless people were staying at a Kalamazoo Township warehouse gutted by fire. "We have had our warning," the county housing... [Read More]
WMU's enrollment numbers, as well as its graduation rates, are "not good enough, new President Edward Montgomery said. [Read More]
"This blood drive is a chance for donors to give the gift of life while keeping Lisa's memory alive," the American Red Cross said in... [Read More]
GVSU's enrollment, once dwarfed by Western Michigan's, surpassed WMU's in 2009 and the gap has since widened. [Read More]