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  • Expert calls for thorough review of state fairgrounds operations

    Expert calls for thorough review of state fairgrounds operations
    When a concert stage crashed at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and killed six people August 13, it was the second fatal incident and the third public safety incident at the fairgrounds in less than a year. Last December, a Christmas rap party ended in...
  • Avoid the 'I'm in Love!' weight gain

    Avoid the 'I'm in Love!' weight gain
    When two people meet and fall in love, they often change their eating and exercise habits, and not always for the better. One study presented recently at the annual meeting of the Obesity Society found that young women who were dating gained an average...
  • How to Get a Cheap Workout

    How to Get a Cheap Workout
    If you're unable--or simply unwilling--to pay thousands of dollars a year for membership in the new exercise studio started by Gwyneth Paltrow and her personal trainer, never fear. You don't need to be cashed up to get a good workout. In fact, you don't...
  • From Chicago to Washington for the inauguration

    At 86, Hilton Joseph says his chest tightens up whenever he walks a long distance or exerts himself. But his legs are still sturdy and strong, and when President-elect Barack Obama is sworn in Tuesday, Joseph said, he'll push himself to make it to the...
  • New Park, New Street, New Concerns

    New Park, New Street, New Concerns
    Neighbors in Grand Rapids' Baxter Neighborhood are watching change happen right outside their door: new streets, new sewer lines, even a brand new park. But it's coming with some growing pains. There are a few different projects at Diamond and Baxter....
  • Elections: Long-time Grand Rapids Commissioner Loses Seat

    Elections: Long-time Grand Rapids Commissioner Loses Seat
    In a major upset, challenger Dave Shaffer defeated incumbent Grand Rapids City Commissioner Jim Jendrasiak. It's the third time the two have faced off, but this time the results are far different from before. Back in 2005 Jendrasiak held off Shaffer in a...
  • Grand Rapids Commissioners Restore Police Position

    Grand Rapids Commissioners Restore Police Position
    On the day leaders in the City of Grand Rapids took a final vote on their 2010 budget, commissioners debated restoration of a crime prevention officer position. That officer serves as a go-between for neighborhood associations and the department. The...
  • Schools make plans to keep students safe in winter weather

    Schools make plans to keep students safe in winter weather
    IPS officials say they'll be out early in the morning monitoring the roads, and plan to make their decision on whether to delay or cancel classes by about 5:00 a.m. Thursday morning. Schools across central Indiana tell FOX59 they also plan to make...
  • Grand Rapids Commissioners Discuss Income Tax Hike

    Grand Rapids Commissioners Discuss Income Tax Hike
    Grand Rapids city commissioners Tuesday discussed the possibility of an income tax increase that was brought up by the city manager at last week's commission retreat. The income tax rate would be raised from 1.3 percent to 1.5 percent for residents and...
  • Ingalls man arrested for stealing gasoline

    (Fishers, Indiana) - On August 8th, 2008 officers arrested Cavin J. Hammond when he was caught stealing gasoline from the Hamilton Southeastern fuel tanks located near the HSE Administration Building on Cumberland Road in Fishers. The gasoline was taken...
  • Drivers Upset About GR Road

    GRAND RAPIDS - Pothole season tests drivers patience this time of year. But there's one area that people are fed up with, and it has nothing to do with potholes. Hall Street Southeast between Division Avenue and Madison has been one of Grand Rapids'...
  • GR Neighborhood Demands Investigation into Bottle Return Violations

    GR Neighborhood Demands Investigation into Bottle Return Violations
    A neighborhood on the South East Side of Grand Rapids is outraged. They say several local gas stations and convenience stores are being far from convenient. Michigan law requires that any store that charges a deposit for cans or bottles must exchange...