Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
Update: Arrests Made in Kalamazoo Schools Threats
A 16 year old female has been arrested in connection to a second threat made against a Kalamazoo school after the initial threat was posted on social media on Sunday.
Breaking: KPS Closes KC, Two Middle Schools After More Threats
Kalamazoo Public School officials have closed three more schools today, including Kalamazoo Central High School, after more threats threatening harm were made.
KPS Cancels Monday Classes At Loy Norrix After Threat Made
Kalamazoo Public Schools officials have cancelled classes at Loy Norrix High School on Monday after a threat was made on social media to "harm" the school.
Bell’s Honor Veterans With New Beer Release
Bell's is honoring military veterans with a special beer release on Veterans Day, November 11th.
MDOT Explains Why It’s ‘Crash’ And Not ‘Accident’
It might be something you've wondered. Why are vehicular collisions referred to as "accidents?" The Michigan Department of Transportation explains why they say "crash."
Hockey Broncos Sweep Ferris State
The Western Michigan hockey team completed a weekend sweep of Ferris State, with a 8-2 win in Big Rapids Saturday night.
Report: FedEx To Occupy Portage Spartan Center; Up To 900 Jobs
WWMT, NewsChannel 3 is reporting that FedEx has confirmed it will take over the planned Portage Spartan Distribution Center at 6701 Portage Road. The report says the move could mean up to 900 new jobs.
Hopewell Era Ends; Anderson Elected Kalamazoo Mayor
After leading the city of Kalamazoo for a decade, Bobby Hopewell chose to not run again for mayor. So David Anderson was elected to the office on Tuesday.
Local Rep. Iden Leads Bi-Partisan Effort To Get College Athletes Paid
Michigan may soon be joining the rising wave of states legislating that collegiate athletes should be able, at the very least, make money off their own likeness.
Next Big Thing? Friends-Giving Tur-Duck-En Chips On Sale Thursday
There's going to be a ton (oh, don't say ton when talking about Thanksgiving) holiday entertainment events coming up as we approach the coming Thanksgiving and holiday season. The folks at Pringles, a proud Kellogg's company since 2012, have come up with a perfect holiday snack feast.…