Stadium Drive SOS Offices Will Be Closed July 8-12 For Remodeling
The Michigan Secretary of State's office on Stadium Drive will be closed the entire week of July 8-12 for a remodeling project,
Are You Ready For Some 'Black Panther' At Waldo Stadium?
Waldo becomes Wakanda! It might be the most excitement Waldo Stadium has experienced since the Cotton Bowl season.
Car Tech Fans, National Group Here Tuesday To Showcase EV Cars
A national pro-environmental group is stopping at Western Michigan University Tuesday morning to re-charge and to showcase electrified vehicles.
'Project Fresh' To Bring Fresh Produce to Calhoun County Families
Families in Calhoun County will be able to enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables from local Farmers' Markets, with the annual return of "Project Fresh".
M-DOT Issues Primer, Video for Mackinac Bridge Walkers
While we haven't passed the Fourth of July yet, on the calendar, the Mackinac Bridge Authority is already gearing up for the annual Bridge Walk on Labor Day.
Report: Prices, Funding Lead Plainwell To Cancel July 4 Fireworks
A report on MLive says Plainwell is cancelling its annual Fourth of July fireworks display. Lack of funding and a sharply higher cost for the fireworks is being given as the reasons for the cancellation.
Stevie Y Drafts German; WMU Bronco Taken By Philly
The Steve Yzerman era began with a shocker Friday night, as the new general manager made his first selection for the Detroit Red Wings in the 2019 NHL Draft. Yzerman and the Red Wings raised eyebrows by selecting a German defenseman,
It's Baaaaack. West Nile Virus Returns To Michigan, Kalamazoo
Signs of West Nile Virus returning to Michigan for 2019 have been identified, "in mosquitoes recently collected in Saginaw and Oakland counties and a Canada goose in Kalamazoo County" says the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Who's Zoomin' Who? Shouldn't Aretha Franklin Highway Be A Freeway
The Michigan Senate has approved a bill renaming a stretch of M-10 in Detroit the "Aretha Franklin Highway".
Electronic Musicians Descend on WMU For 'Splice Institute'
Another SPLICE Institute music event is set to begin at Western Michigan University this Sunday, June 23rd.
St. Julian's Dominates Wine Competition, Wins 34 Medals
It was quite the haul of hardware for Paw Paw's St. Julian's Winery. The nearly century old winery entered 34 wines for the annual Indy International Wine Competition, and each one picked up a medal.
If You Say It's Been Cooler, You'd Be Right And it's A Record
The National Weather Service office in Grand Rapids is confirming what we've all been living. It's been a cool spring.
Free Ride! KPS HS Students To Ride For Free Next School Year
Beginning this fall, Kalamazoo public high students won't have to pay for taking a bus.
It's Roadside Farm Stand Season But The Weather Isn't Helping Any
If you've lived in this part of Michigan for any length of time, you know one of the best things about this time of year, is roadside farm stands popping up and selling you directly farm to mouth.
National Powerhouses Coming To Lawson Next Hockey Season
"To be the best, you have to beat the best." There's a lot of truth in that, and the Western Michigan Bronco hockey team will be living that cliche this upcoming season.
It's Not Like Mother's Day, But There Are Some Dad's Day Specials
Trying to not make this sound like a pity piece, but the fact is, Mother's Day is a much better holiday for Mom. Dad, well, get him a card and tie or screwdriver and that's get you off the hook for another.
Kalamazoo Gets Shout Out From Doc; Ex-K-Wing Binnington Wins Cup
The St. Louis Blues' improbable journey from worst to first climaxed Wednesday night, as former K-Wing Jordan Binnington led the team to its first Stanley Cup in its fifty-two year history.