Michigan Company Has Its Mislabeled Sausage Recalled
A Detroit area sausage manufacturer has recalled its product due to mislabeling.
Big Change At The Big House - U of M to Unveil Blue End Zones
Big change at the Big House, indeed. For the first time in Michigan football history, the end zones won't be green.
Kalamazoo's Jordan Klepper's Show Is Out, But New Show On The Way
Kalamazoo native Jordan Klepper's parody of talk show host Alex Jones has been cancelled by Comedy Central after one season. That's the bad news.
This Was Kalamazoo's Hottest Dance Club - Now It's A Garage Door
123 South Street. That's all it is now. A garage door at an address. But if said "Party on the Bayou", a whole generation of Kalamazooans would probably smile. Maybe even wince a little, too (at memories of a few mornings after, not to mention a few walks of shame)
Bell's To Celebrate Summer Solstice with 'Bright Night' Thursday
When your signature product has an image of the sun, you know people, beer drinkers and loyalists are expecting something big for the longest day of the year, the summer solstice.
Celebrate Father's Day on the Savannah at Binder Park Zoo
The weather will be hot, just like the summers in Africa. Perfect opportunity to make Dad sweat, while the kids take him to Binder Park Zoo.
Jackson Family, City Put Stop Sign On Michael Jackson Avenue
Not so fast, Detroit! A ceremony dedicating Michael Jackson Avenue has been cancelled. Why? Well, it seems there's been a misunderstanding. It appears the Jackson family thought Michael's brothers were being honored, too.
Tigers Still Owe Miguel Cabrera Well Over Nine Figures
By now, you probably know the Tigers' best player and future Hall of Famer, first baseman Miguel Cabrera is out for the season with a ruptured bicep tendon. But it isn't his on-field presence they're going to miss. The problem is how much money they still owe him.
Want Your Own Kalamazoo Nightclub? Up And Under Is For Sale
Have you ever wanted to own your own downtown Kalamazoo sports bar and restaurant and nightclub? Here's your chance. Rugger's Up and Under, at 711 West Michigan Avenue is for sale.
If Your Lemonade Stand Gets Popped, Legal-Ade Is On The Way
The tradition is as old as this country itself. Did you ever put up a neighborhood lemonade stand?
'It's Like Running in Africa'; Binder Park Zoo's Cheetah Chase
If you're a runner, Binder Park Zoo's Cheetah Chase might the closest way you'll have to experience a run in Africa.
In An Emergency, Did You Take Care of Fido, Too?
Tornadoes come flying though these parts more often that we'd like. Maybe you'd be prepared, but If you're a pet owner, would that preparation also include your pet?
Kalamazoo's Beck Vies For National History Teacher Award
Heritage Christian Academy's John Beck is competing this weekend for a national History Teacher of the Year Award.
Living the Dream; A Beer Scholarship
"Congratulations, you've won a beer scholarship". It's not quite as amusing as that, but at first glance, it does sound like a dream come true. And for one WMU student, it is.
'That SOB Won My Money' And Other Illogical Thoughts
Have you ever had that thought? You check your lottery numbers and the pot is back to square one. Arghh! "Somebody won my money!" Well, somebody in Kalamazoo county did just that a couple of weeks ago. He won "my money"
Broncos' Beal Hoping To Enter NFL Via Supplemental Draft
Another member of the Western Michigan Broncos' Cotton Bowl team is hoping to be playing on Sundays this fall.
21 Years Ago When Red Wings Won The Stanley Cup
June 7th, 1997. I'm pretty sure any Red Wings die-hard remembers that date like it was yesterday. It was the night the Red Wings finally won the Stanley Cup, after a 42 year drought of, at times, epic proportion.
Kalamazoo Airport Picks Up $4.65 Million Grant To Rehab Runways
The Department of Transportation has awarded the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport a $4.65 Million dollar grant that will be used to fix up and repair the airport's runways and infrastructure.
Vicksburg Teacher Named Michigan Teacher of the Year
Laura Chang, who teaches second grade at Sunset Elementary School in Vicksburg has been named Michigan's Teacher of the Year.
Whooping Cough Outbreak in Calhoun County Has Officials Concerned
An infant is one of two confirmed cases of whopping cough in Calhoun County, in the past week. Pertussis (the medical name for whooping cough) is a highly infectious bacterial disease