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  • Muskegon Heights Falls in Finals

    Muskegon Heights Falls in Finals
    Muskegon Heights came up short again. The Tigers fell to Lansing Sexton Saturday in the Class B State Finals 75-60. Juwon Martin and Deontae Hudson led the Tigers with 16 points apiece in the loss. Muskegon Heights was making its third appearance in the...
  • Tougher Restrictions For Teen Drivers Begin Wednesday

    Tougher Restrictions For Teen Drivers Begin Wednesday
    Starting on Wednesday, there will be some tighter restrictions on teen drivers with the goal of bringing down the number of accidents. Michigan State Police say their statistics show a disproportionate amount of accidents among teen drivers, and they say...
  • Governor's 2011-12 Budget Proposal Forcing Coldwater Prison To Close

    Governor's 2011-12 Budget Proposal Forcing Coldwater Prison To Close
    The Florence Crane Correctional Facility in Coldwater will close by June 1, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections, because of Governor Rick Snyder's budget recommendation for 2011-12. The correctional facility closed sections of the...
  • High Pressure Dominates Great Lakes

    High Pressure Dominates Great Lakes
    A ridge of high pressure will continue to provide sunny skies across West Michigan with little/no precipitation chances. As I always explain to kids during my school talks, high pressure over a region creates what we call "subsidence". It's a fancy word...
  • Governor Snyder Signs Bill Extending Unemployment Benefits

    Governor Snyder Signs Bill Extending Unemployment Benefits
    An extension of unemployment benefits and a recalculating of Michigan's unemployment rate were signed into law Monday morning by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. Unemployment benefits will be extended by 20 weeks for some 35,000 state residents. The...
  • 80 Marines From Michigan Leave for Duty in Afghanistan

    80 Marines From Michigan Leave for Duty in Afghanistan
    Families from West Michigan gathered Monday afternoon at the military training site in Battle Creek to say goodbye. In the middle of all the camouflage duffel bags, you could see a dad playing with this young children and a young couple embracing in...
  • People Around World Watch And Listen To President's Plan For Libya

    People Around World Watch And Listen To President's Plan For Libya
    Monday night President Barack Obama laid out his reasons for getting involved in the Libya conflict.  He pointed to the American values and moral obligation, saying it was a necessary move to ensure freedom abroad and avoid a massacre. "I refused to...
  • Lowell's Caleb Grummet's Strong Showing Against Tom Zbikowski Paying Off In The Long Run

    Lowell's Caleb Grummet's Strong Showing Against Tom Zbikowski Paying Off In The Long Run
    It wasn't the result he wanted, but it might be the outcome he was hoping for in the end. Lowell native Caleb Grummet lost a unanimous decision to Baltimore Ravens defensive back Tom Zbikowski Saturday night in Atlantic City. Grummet, though, gave...
  • Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Departing From GR Ford Airport

    Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Departing From GR Ford Airport
    A DC-9 plane that took off in Grand Rapids Tuesday morning landed safely at the McNamara Terminal in Detroit after crews were unable to pressurize the cabin during takeoff. Warning lights for high temperatures in the tail compartment were observed...
  • Muskegon Correctional Facility to Close

    Muskegon Correctional Facility to Close
    The Muskegon Correctional Facility is scheduled to close June 1, after losing a contract to house inmates from the state of Pennsylvania. Warden Michael Curley says the facility currently holds 1,111 inmates, who will be transferred back to...
  • Health Department Says Impostor Is Providing False Info To Kent County Residents

    Health Department Says Impostor Is Providing False Info To Kent County Residents
    Kent County Health Department officials are again making residents aware of impersonators who have been contacting residents and providing false statements about their health status. The Health Department said Tuesday that it has been made aware of three...
  • 67 Year Old Man Sentenced to 20-30 Years for Child Rape

    67 Year Old Man Sentenced to 20-30 Years for Child Rape
    Charles Darwin Runion Tuesday was sentenced to 20 to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping an 8-year old girl this past summer. 67-year old Runion accepted a plea deal to second degree criminal sexual conduct as a repeat offender.  Runion...