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  • Friends Remember Hope Professor who Died After Giving Birth

    Friends Remember Hope Professor who Died After Giving Birth
    Dr. Jennifer Young Tait, a member of the Hope College English faculty since 2002, died Saturday after suffering complications from premature childbirth. Friends told FOX 17 News she began feeling ill on Thursday evening and her husband took her to the...
  • Grand Rapids Police Investigating Crash at Kalamazoo and Adams

    Grand Rapids Police Investigating Crash at Kalamazoo and Adams
    Grand Rapids Police detectives are investigating a two car crash at the corner of Kalamazoo and Adams. They've shut down traffic to the area while they take pictures of the scene and get the two vans involved removed from the area. Police officers said...
  • Michigan's Comeback Falls Short; Lose To Duke By 2

    Michigan's Comeback Falls Short; Lose To Duke By 2
    They had an upset in the making, but they came up just short because the potential game-tying shot came up just a bit long. Darius Morris hit the back of the iron and missed the potential game-tying shot just before time expired as top-seeded Duke...
  • U.S. Libyans Wait And Hope As Attacks Continue

    U.S. Libyans Wait And Hope As Attacks Continue
    For those from Libya living here in the United States, it's a time of worry, watching and waiting to see what direction their country will take. Recently, the U.S. joined a United Nations operation in the country, attacking the military there in order to...
  • FOX 17 Looks Back at Three Courageous Sports Teams

    FOX 17 Looks Back at Three Courageous Sports Teams
    They're basketball stories that made headlines around West Michigan and the country. Sixteen-year-old Wes Leonard dying of an enlarged heart moments after hitting a game-winning shot.  Seventeen-year-old Mary Lefere still in the hospital after a car...
  • Larry McCray Club Envy Ticket Giveaway

    1. TO ENTER: You must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of Michigan to enter. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes runs from 5:00AM EST on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 through 8:59AM EST on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (the "Sweepstakes Period"),...
  • Governor Snyder Outlines Plan to Reform Local Government In Michigan

    Governor Snyder Outlines Plan to Reform Local Government In Michigan
    Michigan Governor Rick Snyder Monday described a plan to increase cooperation and consolidation in local government through a series of legislative changes, with an incentive program for state money. Governor Snyder outlined the ideas in a press...
  • GRPS Board Meeting to Discuss Education Budget Cuts

    GRPS Board Meeting to Discuss Education Budget Cuts
    The Grand Rapids Public School board met Monday night to discuss proposed education budget cuts by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. In its Key Messages Specific to Lawmakers, GRPS said education funding in the district is already at critically low levels. ...
  • Teen Shot On Grand Rapids' Southeast Side

    Teen Shot On Grand Rapids' Southeast Side
    A 13-year-old boy has been taken to the children's hospital after being shot in the lower back shortly after 9:30 p.m. Monday night. The shooting occurred near the intersection of Crawford and Paris S.E. Police are still on scene investigating the...
  • Western Michigan University Announces Creation of School Of Medicine

    Western Michigan University Announces Creation of School Of Medicine
    WMU President John Dunn announced the creation of the Western Michigan University School of Medicine Tuesday morning. At a high profile announcement event, Dunn said a $100 million cash gift, "the largest ever made to a Michigan public university" has...
  • Winter Storm Warning: West Michigan Not Done With Winter Weather Yet

    Winter Storm Warning: West Michigan Not Done With Winter Weather Yet
    The start of spring this week has had many in West Michigan putting away heavy coats, boots, and snow shovels.  However, a strong system will bring a wintry mix of heavy precipitation to the area Tuesday and early Wednesday. The impacts of this storm...
  • Grand Rapids To Study Reducing Lanes On Division Avenue Downtown

    Grand Rapids To Study Reducing Lanes On Division Avenue Downtown
    The Grand Rapids City Commission Tuesday approved a year-long study to look at converting Division Avenue from a four or five lane street down to three lanes between Michigan Street to Wealthy Street.   Planners refer to it as a “road diet.”  ...