Report: Mario Impemba May Have Really Landed on His Feet
A Boston Globe report says former Tigers television play by play announcer Mario Impemba may have really accomplished the proverbial "lemons in to lemonade" feat. The paper says he is joining the World Champion Boston Red Sox broadcast team.
Fixer Upper: WMU's Dunbar Hall To Undergo $40 Million Rehab
Don't expect to see Joanna and Chip Gaines for this Fixer Upper project, but Western Michigan University has announced a $40 Million renovation to Dunbar Hall.
WMU Waves Bye-Bye To Florida Campus
Western Michigan University is shutting down its Punta Gorda, Florida operation. The main emphasis of the "campus" was aviation, but also had a music therapy program located there, too. However, the success that was anticipated never materialized and operations will shutdown later this yea…
'Hamilton' Coming To DeVos For A Month Next January
The hottest ticket in show business the past few years has been "Hamilton". The national touring company will perform "Hamilton" for a month beginning in January of 2020, in Grand Rapids at Devos Performance Hall.
Longest Serving Representative, John Dingell Dies at 92
When John Dingell was first elected to the United State House of Representatives, taking over for his father, the President of the United States was Dwight Eisenhower.
Advia Credit Union To Break Ground on New HQ in Oshtemo
Advia Credit Union is building a new corporate headquarters in Oshtemo Township, just west of US 131, on West Main St. Groundbreaking is set for this Spring.
Talons Out Begins Accepting Applications For Vietnam Veterans
In an emotion filled news conference, Talons Out announced today they will begin accepting Vietnam Era veteran applications, as part of it's One Last Mission to Washington D.C., to visit memorials built in their honor.
Township Tornado Sirens Are Going Away; Not Everyone Is Happy
Kalamazoo Township's decision to de-commission and discontinue its tornado warning sirens this year has some local residents upset.
Was The Big Game Blah? Reddit's Hockey Forum Can Help
The general consensus amongst the people I've talked to today is Super Bowl 53 was less than exciting, the commercials underwhelmed and what you thought of Adam Levine's performance hinges on whether you think he's hot or not.
Another 'Wine Not' Enters The Wine Rack of History
Okay, that headline may read a tad pretentious, but it sounded cute at the time. Kalamazoo's Wine Not is anything but pretentious.
A Big Opportunity for No. 8 WMU This Weekend In Omaha
A big weekend for Western Michigan University's hockey team, as they play two with Nebraska-Omaha.
Secretary of State's Offices To Make Up For Closed Office Hours
Michigan's Secretary of State's office is stepping up its game when it comes to customer service. With the Secretary of State's offices closed for at least two days this during the weather emergency, offices and "supercenters" will be open extended hours this weekend and ear…
ESPN: Feds Say MSU Broke Law By Underreporting Violations, Stats
More bad news regarding Michigan State University. ESPN's Outside the Lines is reporting the the United States Department of Education says MSU violated federal law
Wow! It's Colder Than North Pole, But Warmer Than South Pole
Good news/bad news: It's warmer (barely, though that's a poor choice of word) than the South Pole in Antarctica, but it is colder here than at the North Pole...by a lot.
Michigan State Cancels Classes For Only The 7th Time Ever
The old saying goes, there's a fine line between genius and lunacy. For some reason that thought came to mind, after hearing the news the for only the seventh time in it's history, Michigan State University is cancelling classes Wednesday due to the extreme cold and snowy weather condition…
It's Not How You Shovel, It's Where You Shovel. City Issues Rules
The City of Kalamazoo has issued some guidelines to help the city with snow plowing and removal efforts.