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  • Wolverines Suffer Heart-Breaking Loss to Wisconsin at the Buzzer

    Wolverines Suffer Heart-Breaking Loss to Wisconsin at the Buzzer
    It could've been the signature win they needed, but the Michigan Wolverines suffered another crushing defeat to a ranked team. Josh Gasser banked the game-winning three-pointer off the backboard as time expired to give the Wisconsin Badgers a 53-52 win...
  • Accused Serial Arsonist Will Go To Trial

    Accused Serial Arsonist Will Go To Trial
    Accused serial arsonist Joseph McIntrye was bound over Thursday to face trial. McIntrye is charged with starting several fires in Grand Rapids and Kentwood, most of them in garages. The proceeding in Kentwood District Court determined there is...
  • New Pilot Program Aims to Feed GRPS Kids This Summer

    New Pilot Program Aims to Feed GRPS Kids This Summer
    The Michigan Departments of Education and Community Health are taking part in a national program with the Grand Rapids Public Schools to give kids a WIC electronic benefits card for their parents to buy meals in the summer. A large percentage of kids in...
  • Disney On Ice Presents Princess Wishes

    1. TO ENTER: You must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of Michigan. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes runs from February 28, 2011 through March 4, 2011 (the "Sweepstakes Period"), and entries must be received by 11:59PM EST March 4, 2011....
  • Michigan Film Tax Incentives Up For Debate

    Michigan Film Tax Incentives Up For Debate
    The state of Michigan offers the highest film incentives in the country. Producers can receive up to 42% cash back on the money they spend in the state. Governor Rick Snyder wants to cap the amount of incentives paid out each year at $25 million dollars....
  • Snow Plows Cause Mailbox Melee

    Snow Plows Cause Mailbox Melee
    Following the recent snow and ice storms, road conditions and power outages have been the forefront of discussion.  But many people are talking about mailboxes. This time of year, mailboxes take a hit -- literally.  They get slammed by snow plows...
  • Grand Rapids Coach Using New Non-Profit To Teach Kids "Beyond The Game"

    Grand Rapids Coach Using New Non-Profit To Teach Kids "Beyond The Game"
    Jared Redell loves basketball and loves teaching kids with the passion to play. Now, he's creating a scholarship program that will help inner city kids excel both on the court and in the classroom. "I want to help them be the best basketball players they...
  • Man Shot In Stomach in Grand Rapids Shooting Dies

    Man Shot In Stomach in Grand Rapids Shooting Dies
    Sylvester Bush, 68, was rushed to the hospital on February 24 after being shot in the stomach inside a home in the 1100 block of Baxter St. SE in Grand Rapids. He died March 13. The shooting happened around 7:45 p.m. Bush told Grand Rapids Police that...
  • Cabrera Appears At Camp, Will Undergo Treatment During Season

    Cabrera Appears At Camp, Will Undergo Treatment During Season
    Miguel Cabrera arrived at spring training Thursday for the first time since he was arrested last week on suspicion of drunken driving and promptly apologized as Major League Baseball said he will undergo treatment set up by doctors administered by...
  • Wings Lose Second Straight

    Wings Lose Second Straight
    Mike Ribeiro, Loui Eriksson, Krystofer Barch and Jamie Langenbrunner scored goals to help the Dallas Stars beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 Thursday night. Dallas had lost five straight and was in a 2-10-1 slump, falling from one of the top spots in the...
  • Snow Covered Roads Mean A Slippery Morning Commute

    Snow Covered Roads Mean A Slippery Morning Commute
    A very light snow began to fall in the Grand Rapids area after 4 a.m. But when I talked to dispatchers along I-94, they said roads were completely covered in snow and were slippery. For another morning, just enough snow to make the drive hazardous, but...
  • Five Decades Later, Fluoride Fight Continues

    Five Decades Later, Fluoride Fight Continues
    It's an issue that has been the center of controversy for decades.  Dentists credit adding fluoride to our drinking water supply for a decrease in tooth decay, but a growing number of critics say it's time to stop. Brian Nylaan, DDS, runs a practice in...